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Philosophy - Dictionary of Arguments - Two-minute Demo

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Published on May 15, 2014

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This short demonstration shows how you can use the Lexicon of Arguments to get quick information about the state of the art in a field of specialization. It also shows how you can make contributions yourself. Your name will be visible to the Google search. Students may take part in semester projects and get credit points for their contributions, when cooperation with your university already exists.

Concepts are not only defined but appear within controversies. The dimension of scientific camps helps understand why a certain concept is sometimes not used at all. You can search counter arguments by entering NameVs or VsName. So you may see what arguments are available against a position that seemed to be unquestionable.

When you got a new idea, you can check it in the Lexicon of Arguments. Maybe someone else already worked on the issue? The best protection is to publish your hypotheses early. You can do it in the lexicon with a few clicks. The lexicon can be used as a repository for pre-prints and post-prints. It is a platform for abstracts and excerpts.

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