Argument map: Deductive argument visualization stimulates reflection on implicit background assumptions

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This argument map justifies the claim that using only deductive argument schemes in computer-supported argument visualization stimulates reflection on some of one's implicit background assumptions.

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Michael H. G. Hoffmann
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