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About Michael H.G. Hoffmann

My research focuses on the question of how creativity, cognitive change, and learning can be stimulated and guided by constructing diagrammatic representations, and by experimenting with those representations. This idea has first been developed by Charles S. Peirce in his concept of “diagrammatic reasoning.” A corresponding tool is available in the collaborative argument mapping software AGORA-net.


Present Associate Professor for Philosophy, Georgia Institute of Technology

Logical Argument Mapping, Argument Visualization, and Argumentation Theory (13)

Argument Maps (14)