deductive reasoning

NOUN
  1. reasoning from the general to the particular (or from cause to effect)
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How To Use deductive reasoning In A Sentence

  • The detectives-slash-dimwits in charge of the case don't appreciate the finer points of deductive reasoning.
  • Although empiricists also used deductive reasoning, they put a greater emphasis on the inductive method championed by fellow British countryman Francis Bacon.
  • A study of deductive reasoning constitutes the discipline of logic.
  • Extending your pinkie finger and hitting that “Shift” key, resulting in capitalization of the first letter of a sentence. again, and thank you for another fine example of your pathetic deductive reasoning skills. Think Progress » Rush Limbaugh: ‘I love the women’s movement — especially when walking behind it.’
  • Before doing so, a little will be said of the character of logic and deductive reasoning.
  • There, he met Professor John Bell, who was well - known for using deductive reasoning to diagnose diseases.
  • An engaging blend of poetic characterization and deductive reasoning, it was delivered for the most part in a weary monotone.
  • I second the motion, i watch all of them and then i decipher the bs, its called deductive reasoning! Propeller Most Popular Stories
  • It results from a process of logical, deductive reasoning, unsullied by personal feelings or practicalities.
  • Still, Adams's result vindicates deductive reasoning from uncertain premises, provided that they are not too uncertain, and there are not too many of them.
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