casgliadol, chasgliadol, gasgliadol, nghasgliadol
Adjective(1) relating to logical deduction(2) involving inferences from general principles
(1) This knowledge is a balanced assessment, since it is based on both deductive or objective and inductive or empathic reasoning.(2) Monopoly encourages mental calculation when counting money and determining moves, and Clue requires logical deductive skills.(3) The distinction between deductive and inductive validity goes back to Aristotle.(4) All that we require is some general and less than deductive understanding of how economic properties and relations might be underlain by physical ones.(5) Our physical science is not a deductive system, but a series of generalizations based in observation of finite modes.(6) He saw mathematics as providing the most fundamental of all ideas and the deductive reasoning of mathematics was seen as the ideal way of achieving knowledge.(7) Neither deductive nor inductive reasoning can account for the way in which we immediately see that such principles are true.(8) Aristotle was not primarily a mathematician but made important contributions by systematising deductive logic.(9) Still, Adams's result vindicates deductive reasoning from uncertain premises, provided that they are not too uncertain, and there are not too many of them.(10) First, modern mathematical methods were to be represented in formal deductive systems.(11) According to Goodman, we formulate rules of deductive logic by taking our cue from intuitively valid deductive inferences.(12) These are not specific geometrical properties but rather general assumptions which allow mathematics to proceed as a deductive science.(13) The deductive inferences, however, are all valid.(14) That is a valid deductive argument against materialism, and its premises are hard to deny.(15) If inductive inference can teach us something new, in opposition to deductive inference, this is because it is not a tautology.(16) Those who are looking for a logically structured, deductive , not to say axiomatic, framework in which geographic processes and patterns are explicated will be disappointed.
(1) deductive reasoning :: rhesymu diddwythol
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