21.176 mind/concept mapping software

From: Humanist Discussion Group (by way of Willard McCarty willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2007 09:29:36 +0100

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         From: peter jones <h2cmng_at_YAHOO.CO.UK>
         Subject: Re: 21.165 mind/concept mapping software?

Hi Stanislav and all

Hodges' model is I believe frequently treated as (yet) another form
of mind-mapping. I'm keen to argue that while there are many
similarities, Hodges' approach (and Wliber's?) is different from
Buzan's mind-mapping.

I've posted about this on the blog below which may supplement your search ....



If I had time I would like to investigate this in more detail,
especially the argumentation aspects...

Must also check the post with the links referred to below...

Kind regards

Peter Jones

Hodges' Health Career - Care Domains - Model


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           From: "Stanislav Roudavski" <stanislav_at_stanislavroudavski.net>
           Subject: RE: 21.161 argument-mapping software

Thanks for the links, looks interesting.

Could you possibly explain what is different (specific to dialog/argument
mapping) in the functionality of Rationale 1.4 in comparison to other
mind/concept mapping software?

Thanks again,


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