Unfair argumentation methods XI: Use Wikipedia’s guidelines to better your own argumentation
Earlier today, I answered a comment with a reference to Wikipedia’s NPOV guidelinew. As subsequently struck me, a generalized version of this reference can be a valuable help for anyone who wants to better his own argumentation.
Wikipedia has a plenitude of information and guidelines on how to argue and how to not. While I personally do not agree with all of these guidelines (and many do not apply to anything but Wikipedia, in the first place), I feel that reading and comprehending them can be immensely beneficial to gaining an understanding of the principles of fair and unbiased argumentation.
My advice: Use the linked page as a starting point to explore Wikipedia’s take on the issue.
(Further valuable information can be found by reading up on various fallacies and similar, e.g. on Wikipediaw.)