inductive[ in-duhk-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF inductive
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The method of the Hippocratic writers is that known to-day as the ‘inductive’.
Sometimes they are truths arrived at by inductive processes.
It was a deductive and not an inductive process, by which he arrived at his theology.
What does it profit a man to discover The Inductive Method and to lose his own soul?
It was not, and could not have been, arrived at by any inductive reasoning.
Whewell's philosophy of the inductive sciences, remarks on, 422.
The second step in inductive reasoning is the making of an hypothesis.
The inductive enumeration is either of all cases or of some only.
If all reasoning is either deductive or inductive, this must be induction.
It argues from the known to the unknown; so do all the inductive sciences.