Inductive Logic:

In the above, the conclusion is proven by the afore-mentioned observations. The observations—taken with the physical senses: sight, smell, sound, taste, touch—are the evidence.

Deductive Logic:

From sensual observations, assumptions are created. Then from assumptions and observations conclusions are drawn.

Senses--> Induction-->Deduction

Circular Logic:

No observed evidence exists to support the assumption. Instead, an assumption is made with unobserved evidence.

Conclusion: B (conclusion)

Therefore:

A then B

Therefore:

Assumption: if A then B (major premise)

No observed evidence exists to support the assumption: if A then B. The only evidence that exists to support the assumption, if A then B, is the unobserved evidence delineated above. A then B was never observed.

Observations:

X then Y

X then Y

X then Y

X then Y

X then Y

X then Y

X then Y

X then Y

X then Y

X then Y

Therefore:

Assumption: if X then Y (major premise)

In the above, the conclusion is proven by the afore-mentioned observations. The observations—taken with the physical senses: sight, smell, sound, taste, touch—are the evidence.

Deductive Logic:

Assumption: if X then Y (major premise)

Observation: X (minor premise)

Conclusion: Y (conclusion)

From sensual observations, assumptions are created. Then from assumptions and observations conclusions are drawn.

Senses--> Induction-->Deduction

Circular Logic:

No observed evidence exists to support the assumption. Instead, an assumption is made with unobserved evidence.

Assumption: if A then B (major premise)

Observation: A (minor premise)Conclusion: B (conclusion)

Therefore:

A then B

Therefore:

Assumption: if A then B (major premise)

No observed evidence exists to support the assumption: if A then B. The only evidence that exists to support the assumption, if A then B, is the unobserved evidence delineated above. A then B was never observed.

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