On many pages that show arguments and counterarguments, it is often difficult to see which counterarguments correspond to which arguments (the article that comes first to mind is the TAG article). There are a few options which I think could correct this and I want to know what others think.
1) We could number parts of the argument and have those numbers correspond to numbers in the counterargument section.
2) We could use bullet points to fill the same function.
3) We could use the same response boxes that Matt used in the Way of the Master responses. I think that this is the best option.
Possibility 3 is a good option, in my opinion, because it allows for a response right next to a claim, which is the easiest way to put both arguments and counterarguments right next to each other. It also allows for an argument, such as the carm.org version of TAG to be dissected point by point.
I hope you all have opinions, or your own suggestions, because I think that's the best way to polish the look of the articles on the wiki.