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This wiki page gives a list and characterization of debate tools. Debate tools were previously discussed
on the blog. Note: Perhaps discussion should go on the discussion page , or the comments thread of the original post . There exists an academic literature on argument mapping and other tools (computer aided or not) for assisting debate. The most recent survey seems to be " Computer-supported argumentation: A review of the state of the art " written in June 2009, which lists 50 tools (starting on page 94).
Web platform for collaborative mapping of beliefs, arguments, and evidence.