Following http://lesswrong.com/lw/bwo/logical_fallacy_poster/ some people complained about
- the sarcastic illustration
- the lack of references
- the weird categorization that should rather fit a Bayesian framework
- the simplistic or even wrong definitions
- and more
Yet this poster has ONE key difference with the ideal poster, it exists.
If it sparks criticisms that lead to a new, LessWrong compatible poster, then it is well worth the critics.
The obvious next step then is to make a poster that would allow to take into account such well founded suggestion and synthesize the LessWrong lessons visually.
In your opinion then what would be a good structure, e.g. a hierarchy of fallacies, and a design theme?