Template:Argument

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----{{{id}}}: . {{{content}}} {{{sign}}} (type: truth; paradigms: science: comment) Template:Argument aims to replace all argument templates so that it would be generic and could express any argument relation, including several paradigms. Usage:

{{argument
| id = identifier of the argument, unique on this page, default: arg + four random digits
| title = Very short description of the argument. This is shown on an insight network graph.
| content = content of the argument. This is shown on a hover bubble on an insight network.
| sign = signature of the speaker, default: --~~~~
| type = type of the relation to the target argument, i.e. what is attacked or defended. Either truth or relevance. Default: truth.
| showrelevance = whether the relation arrow is shown with the colour according to its relat1 (assuming that it is relevant) or gray (assuming that it is irrelevant). Default: relevant. Note: This value cannot be derived from information within the argument, as it depends on what attacks this argument. It must be derived by hand and is based on parad1 attacks.
| showtruth = whether the argument is shown with the colour according to its relat1 (assuming that it is true) or gray (assuming that it is false). Default: true. Note: This value cannot be derived from information within the argument, as it depends on what attacks this argument. It must be derived by hand and is based on parad1 attacks.
| parad1 = main paradigm used to derive the result of the relation at hand. This is used to format the argument. There should exist a page [[parad1 (parameter)]]. parad1 is always "science"
| relat1 = relation type between the argument and its target according to the first paradigm: possible values: attack, defense, defence, comment, or branch.
| selftruth1 = truthlikeness of the argument itself. Depreciated, as now we use showtruth.
| parad2 = the second paradigm used. Formatting and the name of the paradigm are shown at the end of the argument
| relat2 = the second relation type according to paradigm2. Default: relat1
| parad3 etc. up to parad5 in this wiki
}}

This syntax is used for discussions and arguments. It DOES solve the problem of identifying the thread, i.e. the argument to which an argument points to.