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the names of logical fallacies are not descriptive enough
Mouseover text should describe the fallacies, and there should be far more options to choose from.
The linked wikipedia page does not describe most of the fallacies used here... if any
Many users are not familiar with the formal names of fallacies; especially in Latin form. They need a description that explains what the name means.
The wikipedia page is darn bland, lacks example, and lacks fallacies.
Rather than having to hunt for a fallacy by name, let the user directly type keywords that describe the error in logic; and let Arguman list fallacies that match that description. It is far easier to select a fallacy from the short list. (This is how Bugzilla finds potential duplicate bugs)
and but's for but's should be counted as because's on the frontage of arguman
The developers are too lazy to do so.
Just kidding! :P
The argument is too complex. You can switch to list view.