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'''Separatism''' (also known as splitting) is the philosophy opposite to [[mergism]]. Essentially, instead of trying to include everything on one page, they are split into subpages when the main page becomes overloaded with examples, which partially done to separate subjects by medium, and partially to avoid long page load time.
 
'''Separatism''' (also known as splitting) is the philosophy opposite to [[mergism]]. Essentially, instead of trying to include everything on one page, they are split into subpages when the main page becomes overloaded with examples, which partially done to separate subjects by medium, and partially to avoid long page load time.
 
   
 
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Separatism (also known as splitting) is the philosophy opposite to mergism. Essentially, instead of trying to include everything on one page, they are split into subpages when the main page becomes overloaded with examples, which partially done to separate subjects by medium, and partially to avoid long page load time.