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Monthly Archives: September 2012
The Matter of Doubt Podcast kindly did a podcast interview on me. This podcast is a lot more personal in nature than I have been on my blog so check it out. Disclaimer: Please forgive my annoying laugh, I was … Continue reading
So I’ve actually had a new frequent visitor to my blog. I usually don’t make comments part of a blog post, but I thought this one might be interesting. He has actually done his own blog post directed at me. … Continue reading
Go to Main Menu or Start at the Introductory Page The Final Thought of Reason “Thinking begins only when we have come to know that reason, glorified for centuries, is the stiff-necked adversary of thought.”-Hannah Arendt quotes
Go to Main Menu or Start at the Introductory Page Inductive Reasoning Vs. Deductive Reasoning Logic, Reasoning, and Rationality are the entire basis for our thought process. It is where we rightly divide our epistemology for knowledge & truth. It … Continue reading
Go to Main Menu or Start at the Introductory Page Deductive Reasoning Deductive Reasoning is a subdivision of logic and critical thinking and a form of reasoning in which a conclusion follows logically from the stated premises or proposition. Deduction is also a … Continue reading
Go to Main Menu or Start at the Introductory Page Inductive Reasoning Inductive reasoning is a form of inference argumentation that uses analogies, examples, observations, and experiences to form conclusive propositions. It is used mostly to explain properties and relations to … Continue reading
Go to Main Menu or Start at the Introductory Page Abductive Reasoning I think the majority approach to most of the bible difficulties I have come across is using abductive reasoning to conclude a solution to the scriptural difficulty, if an answer exist. So I guess the … Continue reading
Go to Main Menu or Start at the Introductory Page Analogical Reasoning Analogical reasoning is a method of processing information that compares the similarities between new & understood thoughts, and then uses those similarities to gain understanding of the new … Continue reading