the codification and condensation of our isolated items of information about the world,
the prediction of the character of the event that will occur in a new situation,
the understanding of the phenomena of nature.
KeywordsLogical Problem Inductive Reasoning Inductive Argument Inductive Procedure Deductive Inference
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