Poor reasoning, and ignorance in general, is the source of a lot of suffering and evil. Covertly erroneous logic is often used in manipulation. And much of this broken thought is being used directly in the training of AI.
There has been talk of, and development in, fact-checking, such as for language transformers. But what about reasoning?
The function in mind is specifically being able to process a potentially large text body, analysing all logic and implied relations for fallacy and other misleading reasoning. Perhaps shades of colour could indicate level of error. A bonus would be output listing and explaining the mistakes, maybe like compiler errors -- "fallacy x between premise y and conclusion z".
Are any AI systems available, or in development, for finding and analysing fallacious inference in natural language text?