I have used an idea as a presupposition in one question and then examined the details of that presupposition in another.
"Was it a dishonest act?" presupposes that Jacob was backsliding after his transformation in his wrestling match.
"Gift or slaughter" examines the question of Jacob's reformation. The scores on this one are not automatically related to the other article.
When someone reads "Was it a dishonest act?" what tags, links, footnotes, etc should be used to point the reader to the article that validates or discredits the presupposition?
In this case, whether Jacob was backsliding or not does not affect the Drash of "Was it a dishonest act, the forfeiture alone is sufficient to link the portion without knowing his motivation. But having a link which examines the issue implied would be helpful.
Since it is not important to the matter, I would expect to eventually rewrite "Was it a dishonest act" so that a question of Jacob's motivations do not distract from the main article.
What tags, links, footnotes, etc should be used to point the reader to the article that validates or discredits the presupposition, in order to more tightly couple the relationship between the articles?
Is there a way to colorize or otherwise indicate the scores from the close examination of the idea, to those article which depend upon them being valid?