Sunday, June 21, 2009

Tim van Gelder on Argument Mapping

Those of you who are interesting in charting, or mapping, argument about and from evidence for trials or in anticipation of possible trials should keep your eye on Tim van Gelder's work on mapping argument of various kinds and in various contexts. He has recently written a nifty summary of research and work on argument mapping. TvG's summary will eventually be published as an encyclopedia entry.
  • Indeed, legal professionals should keep an eye on TvG's work (and software) even if they are not interested in argument mapping as such; they should consider his work even if they are (they think) just interested in careful (but "ordinary" or "commonsense") argument about (or "analysis" of) evidence in or for litigation.
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