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{{defend|1|''Dispute'' does not give guidance on the structure of the part. This has resulted in many discussions where the dispute is expressed as a question. This is not the idea. It should be expressed as a statement. Therefore, ''statement'' is a better name.|--[[User:Jouni|Jouni]] 08:42, 22 November 2008 (EET)}}
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{{defend|1|''Dispute'' does not give guidance on the structure of the part. This has resulted in many discussions where the dispute is expressed as a question. This is not the idea. It should be expressed as two or more statements. Therefore, ''statements'' is a better name.|--[[User:Jouni|Jouni]] 08:42, 22 November 2008 (EET)}}
  
 
{{defend|2|''Resolution'' is a more precise term and it clearly refers to the dispute, while ''outcome'' can be an outcome of anything. It can be e.g. confused with the [[result]]. |--[[User:Jouni|Jouni]] 08:42, 22 November 2008 (EET)}}
 
{{defend|2|''Resolution'' is a more precise term and it clearly refers to the dispute, while ''outcome'' can be an outcome of anything. It can be e.g. confused with the [[result]]. |--[[User:Jouni|Jouni]] 08:42, 22 November 2008 (EET)}}
 
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Revision as of 06:48, 22 November 2008

Names of the discussion parts

How to read discussions

Fact discussion: .
Opening statement:

Closing statement: Resolution not yet found.

(A closing statement, when resolved, should be updated to the main page.)

Argumentation:

←--1: . Dispute does not give guidance on the structure of the part. This has resulted in many discussions where the dispute is expressed as a question. This is not the idea. It should be expressed as two or more statements. Therefore, statements is a better name. --Jouni 08:42, 22 November 2008 (EET) (type: truth; paradigms: science: defence)

←--2: . Resolution is a more precise term and it clearly refers to the dispute, while outcome can be an outcome of anything. It can be e.g. confused with the result. --Jouni 08:42, 22 November 2008 (EET) (type: truth; paradigms: science: defence)