As mentioned in the general guideline, categorization is primarily used to navigate between similar articles. Categories do not have a references section.


Albert Einstein is a notable individual for many reasons. Categorizing every aspect of his character and achievements may not be very useful and sometimes even trivial.

Here are a few examples to better illustrate the point. Below is some information about Einstein in no particular order, according to his biography on Wikipedia:

When categorized based on above traits, the categorization does not help anyone navigate related topics easily. The information presented above is clearly encyclopedic but trivial when it comes to categorization.

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