Inductive Logic And Reasoning

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Philosophy offers a framework for assessing claims and ideas. In essence, philosophy is abstract and covers a variety of fields encompassing life. Logic is the structure of the relationship between concepts which one could argue applies to all divisions of the study of philosophy. But for a valid claim, possessing logic is not only necessary, for reasoning also plays a critical role. Logic and reasoning are important concepts that are parallel. According to the Meriam Webster Dictionary, reasoning is defined as “ the action of thinking about something in a logical, sensible way.”Reasoning as it dictates, provides reason or logic as a manner to produce evidence to corroborate a claim established. However, one could argue that without both attaining knowledge would be difficult to …show more content…
Acquiring knowledge, in a way is acquiring reasoning to support or establish a claim. Knowledge is acquired by nonsensory experience and sensory experience. But there are two types of logic which have been subdivided into two categories deductive logic and inductive logic. Inductive logic places a high regard towards the soundness of an argument while deductive reasoning is not as blatant and requires more critical thinking. Deductive reasoning proclaims that if reasons given are accurate, then it is infeasible for the claim to be false. However, ultimately Inductive and Deductive reasoning both share the same duty by weighing reasoning. Although there are some things that ultimately have truth like equating 2+2=0. A belief can not be true or false but its reasoning provides soundness for an argument. One example would be the controversy regarding abortion.Truth is fact or belief that conforms with reality. Those in favor of pro-life argue that terminating a pregnancy is the equivalent to

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