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Inductive and deductive arguments

Inductive argument is one in which the premises are supposed to support the conclusion in a way that if the premises are true it's improbable that the conclusion is false. Thus the conclusion follows the premises and
inferences. This is shown in that; Socrates was Greek…

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Tautological beliefs are ones which refer to analytic propositions where a statement is true in virtue of it's meaning. A perfect example of a tautological belief is `triangles have 3 sides' was it says the same thing twice
­ we know `tri' means three and the definition of `triangle' is…


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