I know Wikipedia depends on all of us to edit their entries. I was nonetheless startled to read the entry on Philosophy in Canada. Philosophy of Mind is singled out for a special section of this entry, and here it is in its entirety:
All Group of Thirteen have departments of philosophy with doctorate-level staff members conducting research related to the philosophy of mind. The work of Dr. Paul R. Thagard, at the University of Waterloo, with respect to cognitive functions and coherence, is of note. Charles Taylor, emeritus professor at McGill University in Montreal, has studied consciousness within the context of Hegelianism. Zenon Pylyshyn a psychologist and computer scientist at the University of Western Ontario from 1964 to 1994, has made significant contributions to cognitive science. Other Canadian-born and educated cognitive scientists have made their mark in the US, including David Kirsh, John Robert Anderson, Keith Holyoak, and Steven Pinker.
As I say, Wikipedia depends on all of us, and clearly most of us don't care to touch this entry. What startles me is that there is somebody in the world who thought both that Philosophy of Mind was sufficiently important to rate a section of its own and that the above was an adequate description.