After telling someone that they should use definition lists, I noticed that I had ignored them in my papers because I was too lazy back then to set up a nice format in LaTeX. Definition lists are great for philosophers (especially analytic philosophers) because it provides a good semantic structure for defining a proposition or example. So I updated the source of my papers to reflect my own advice. A good example of this is in my paper “Why Molinism Does not Help with the Rollback Argument.” You can see the raw source of this paper here, the PDF output here, and the HTML output here.

To get the PDF output to style nicely, I added this to the header of the LaTeX template that I use for Pandoc:

To get the HTML output for this site to style nicely, I used this CSS:

Hope this helps!