You can use arrow keys to navigate in the map.
The interface can be confusing.
It sharpens our critical thinking
A definition of the fallacies could be a good thing.
it should replace the "however" with "note that" and allow to choose "question" to ask for more details.
It has the potential to evolve and become better
It should have a button to save favorite arguments
There should be a system to measure user accuracy on reporting fallacies. Today anyone can report fallacies and many times these reports can be/are wrong.
it should allow the participants to have a private discussion
Argumen could eventually make a lot of money from product reviews with reasons to agree and disagree that a product is the best within its market.
Advertisers lie to you. It is better to make financial decisions based on feedback in a forum that has reasons to agree and disagree on the same page
That is an opinion which can not be proven with incontravertable proof or disproven with evidence to the contrary.
It should create a "define" button because a lot of disagreement would be resolved if all the participants knew precisely about what they talk about
We can share our ideas and develop our own ideas. Also, it pushes us to think critically.
It is visually appealing
It has a really simple interface easily understandable
it should create a way to delete the content which is reported for fallacy by a certain amount of people