The philosophy of science is a category of frameworks that justify an approach to the truth.
Being linked to this page as justification for a certain perspective indicates an argument for a particular mode of scientific method.
This is wrong.
You should be linked to a specific framework within the philosophy of science, for example: an article on Karl Popper's view of Justified True Belief, which will justify itself. The exception to this general ontology is when an argument is reduced to axioms, which are a special set of articles. Ideally, someone should be able to go from a combinatorial selection of axioms and be given an output of articles