All Wikipedia Roads Lead to Philosophy is a brief discussion of the initially surprising fact that if you click the first link in any Wikipedia article, you’ll eventually arrive on the page for Philosophy.  It is worth trying yourself to experience why this happens: most first sentences on Wikipedia pages relate the page topic to some larger topic, e.g. “Geranium argenteum (silvery crane’s bill) is an ornamental plant…”.   This is a very cute way of revealing something important about how knowledge is organised, and how we explain things to each other.