Saturday, December 20, 2003

Induction vs. Deduction

There is no big difference between Induction and Deduction.
Induction is a conclusion which was made from a less abstract concept to a more abstract concept.
Deduction is a conclusion which was made from a more abstract concept to a less abstract concept.

In real world it's hard to define which concept is more abstract. For instance, what is more abstract: concept “human” or concept “love”?  So it has no sense to define what a deduction is and what an induction is. There is only one thing: conclusion :-)

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