Inductive vs Deductive Arguments

May 8th, 2015
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Inductive versus Deductive Arguments – can concepts of (strength and cogency) and (validity and soundness) be used interchangeably? Unlike deductive arguments, inductive arguments are not truth preserving. That is, even if an inductive argument has a good logical form, it will never be the case that if the premises are true, the conclusion must be true.

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Inductive vs Deductive ArgumentsInductive versus Deductive Arguments can concepts of (strength and cogency) and (validity and soundness) be used interchangeably? Unlike deductive arguments, inductive arguments are not truth preserving. That is, even if an inductive argument has a good logic

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