Upload your own excerpts -
benefit from the exerpts of others.
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Structure your own work
Organize your notes and annotations.
Make them available for others.
Embed your results into a context.
Display the context of the discussion.
Structure of contents:
Problem - argument - counter argument
You can publish your contribution,
E.g. an excerpt of a problem.
Your name will be open to the Google Search.
Your points can be credited.
Initiate a collaboration with your university.
Start a semester project on your topic.
Publish the results.
Propose a project at your university.
Propose your own entry
You can publish an entry in our lexicon.
An early publication is the best protection.
What are the first steps to your own contribution?
- Study the lexicon in order to experience the particular style
Search: in which controversies does an author emerge?
Spreadsheets: the arguments appear in synopses
- Try your own contribution - you can see a preview. [Forms]
- 3. Send us your excerpt - you don't have to go through a whole book.
It is about single arguments - in the lexicon they are embedded into a bigger context.
We do not make excerpts of whole books.
- Our users can contribute anonymously, too. Just use your User-ID.
Compile your own Lexicon of Arguments.
This helps to focus on decisive statements.
Reference management software
Upload your own excerpts - benefit from the excerpts of others.
Automatic Import/Export Mendeley - Citavi - zotero - EndNote - BibTeX
You can export your preparation and your excerpts directly from your reference management software into the lexicon.
Findings from the lexicon can directly be imported into your reference management.
You can directly import them into Word, too.
The metadata will be included.
Every entry can be exported. [Example] [Video Tutorials]
What is the sense of the project?
Nobody has time to read all the full texts.
Everyone wants their decisive argument to be found.
The Lexicon of Arguments helps to find a way.
Lost in the library?
When you want to assess whether a book is relevant for your topic, our cross-author index will help you.