Some projects (e.g. Nutrition) have a supports evidence list, but then a bunch of other lists that, though not exactly evidence, they still need to be critiqued like an evidence list. They aren't semantically identical to NOTEBOOK or DESPITE, so we invented Special Conditions.
Special conditions are like rule-lets, which rather than checking an argument, check a given evidence list (firmer list) as to whether or not it satisfies/does not satisfy a set of points or conditions. So, if, say, you had a recommendations evidence list, you would author it as follows: