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What is the difference between Deductive and Inductive Arguments?

Asked by R. Barnes, Last updated: Jan 17, 2020

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A. Boaz

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Answered Nov 08, 2019

The primary difference between inductive and deductive reasoning proceeds from specific premises to a general conclusion, while deductive reasoning...Read More
 

C. Lucan

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Answered Nov 04, 2019

Deductive thinking is the reasoning for abstract, general principles to be a specific hypothesis that follows from these principles. The arguments stemming from such thinking are called deductive...Read More
 

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