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Deductive vs Inductive Reasoning

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During the Scientific Revolution, Francis Bacon and other natural philosophers developed inductive reasoning as an alternative to the deductive method that had been in use since Aristotle's time. Today, both methods are used by those trying to understand the universe in which we live.

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During the Scientific Revolution, Francis Bacon and other natural philosophers developed inductive reasoning as an alternative to the deductive method that had been in use since Aristotle's time. Today, both methods are used by those trying to understand the universe in which we live.

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