Definition of Inductions

1. Noun. (plural of induction) ¹



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Definition of Inductions

1. induction [n] - See also: induction

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Literary usage of Inductions

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1. First Principles by Herbert Spencer (1892)
"The inductions of Biology. " III. The Evolution of Life. Part IV. ... The inductions of Sociology. " HI. The Domestic Relations. Vol. n. $2.00. Part IV. ..."

2. Inductive Logic by William Gay Ballantine (1896)
"PRIMARY inductions. AN Induction is a generalization, or an inference, based upon propositions that state observed facts. The truth inferred may be general ..."

3. A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive: Being a Connected View of by John Stuart Mill (1869)
"It lies not in making his inductions but in the selection of them; in choosing from among all general propositions ascertained to be true, ..."

4. An Epitome of The Synthetic Philosophy by Herbert Spencer, Frederick Howard Collins (1890)
"CO-ORDINATION OP DATA AND inductions. 4756. In the " Data of Psychology," ... In the "inductions of Psychology" we saw that the substance of Mind in its ..."

5. Analysis of Mr. Mill's System of Logic by William Stebbing (1875)
"case (just as, even in deductive sciences, the ascertaining of the inductions is easy, their combination to solve a problem hard) is not to the point: the ..."

6. Faith-healing: Christian Science and Kindred Phenomena by James Monroe Buckley (1892)
"inductions THE inductions from these cases, and from the fact that they are constantly paralleled, are : (1) That subjective mental states, ..."

7. Mental Science: A Compendium of Psychology, and the History of Philosophy by Alexander Bain (1870)
"The Abstractions, inductions, Deductions, and Experimental Discoveries of Science, ... All inductions have at last to be shaped and tied down by precise ..."

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