Don't raise your voice. Improve your argument!
Desmond Tutu
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A Systematic Way to Investigate Controversial Topics
Key Features
  • Helps identify the top arguments for all sides in a controversy
  • Uses a pairwise comparison based approach to rank submitted arguments, instead of the common, yet biased, up-vote/down-vote approach
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Overview

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nlite never takes sides in contraversies. It only helps identify the top arguments for all sides!

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Don't engage in emotional, unproductive debates. Consider nliting controversies instead!

People Are Talking!

nlite helps replace the all-too-common emotional and wasteful debates with a setting where everyone can take the time to communicate their ideas based on sound reasoning, fostering constructive dialogue.

Here's an irony about nlite: Imagine you question its usefulness. Others will then ask you for your arguments, and they'll present theirs too for why they think it may be helpful. Soon, things can get complicated, and to organize the discussion, you may find it most convenient to create a topic page on nlite.

So, your attempt to prove nlite is not useful may end up proving that it is indeed helpful!

One aspect of nlite that I find particularly useful is its ability to organize discussions in a nested manner. For example, when examining the topic of abortion, one can refer to a page that discusses the existence of a personal God. This feature helps prevent any single page from becoming overwhelmed with excessive information.

I also appreciate that the efficiency and rigor offered by nlite are accompanied by a playful and pleasant experience!