(Apologies in advance if this isn't the correct place to put this, but I don't want to "jump the gun" and post to Area 51. I'd rather hear people's thoughts.)
I see a lot of questions asked and subsequently closed because they have an argumentative tone, or where the question is basically "this is my view, argue against it". These questions are rightfully closed, since they're not a good fit for this SE site. Do you folks think a Stack Exchange site where these kinds of questions are acceptable would be a good idea?
I have something sort of like the Code Review Stack Exchange in mind, except for philosophy. I have philosophical views (as do most of you, I'm guessing...) but I am not a professional philosopher, nor am I a student. As such, I don't really have anywhere to put my positions out there so I can refine them, and have them criticized at a higher level than random internet forums where responses often aren't very good (or at least sometimes devolve into silly debates about semantics and terminology). It'd be nice to be able to assume the site's audience has at least basic familiarity with philosophy and philosophical terminology.
I think it'd be neat to have a site where one could go to, post one's position, present arguments, and ask for criticism and feedback. Do you think a "criticize my philosophical view" type site would be a good idea?