Logical induction

Definition of Logical induction

(Philos.) an act or method of reasoning from all the parts separately to the whole which they constitute, or into which they may be united collectively; the operation of discovering and proving general propositions; the scientific method.

See also: Induction

Word:

Browse

Logarithmetically
Logarithmic
Logarithmic curve
Logarithmic spiral
Logarithmically
Logcock
Loge
Loggan
Loggat
Logge
Logged
Logger
Loggerhead
Loggerheaded
Loggerheads
Loggia
Logging
Logic
Logical
Logical impossibility
-Logical induction-
Logicality
Logically
Logicalness
Logician
Logics
Logistic
Logistic logarithms
logistician
Logistics
Logman
Logodaedaly
Logogram
Logographer
Logographic
Logography
Logogriph
Logomachist
Logomachy
Logometric
Logos
# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

© 2014 Delaflex, Inc.Dictionary Home | Privacy Policy