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Maximilian Noichl has studied history and philosophy of science as well as psychology at the University of Vienna. His work is focused on the implementation of computational tools that aid in the investigation of philosophical questions. Here he is particularly interested in collective agency, group dynamics in the history of ideas, and the adoption and interdisciplinary transfer of computational modeling and visualization-practices in the sciences.
Noichl, Maximilian & Johannes Marx. (2023): Simulation of Group Agency – From Collective Intentions to Proto-Collective Actors. (3.1 MB)
Historical Social Research 48 (3): 56-74. doi: https://doi.org/10.12759/hsr.48.2023.25
Noichl, Maximilian (2019): Modeling the structure of recent philosophy.
Synthese. doi: 10.1007/s11229-019-02390-8