This is what you need, more actual philosophers looking at Wikipedia articles about philosophy closely,
and realizing they are incoherent. And talking about it. Logic and epistemology, among other areas, are places
where bad writing is not merely bad---it makes the whole endeavour pointless.
It shows where Wikipedia falls down badly. When it's spewing statistics or the names of frigging Codename: Kids Next Door episodes
, crowdsourcing works. Anything more subtle or complex
is a major issue with the "magic" of crowdsourcing.
For some things, you must have an expert. Wikipedia will go to its digital grave, refusing to admit that.