Unformatted text preview: Inductive Deductive Good inductive arguments don’t guarantee the truth of the conclusions, though they give you a good reason to believe the conclusion. Example: My office desk has always been next to my window. Tomorrow, my office desk will be next to my window. Good Deductive arguments: Guarantee the truth of the conclusion Bad arguments: their conclusions may or may not be true but all bad argument fail to prove or to give good reasons to believe their conclusions...
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- Fall '11
- Logic, Conclusion, Good inductive arguments, bad argument fail