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Abductive Presumptive and Plausible Arguments i
Peirce on the Three Types of Reasoning
Peirce on the Form of Abductive Inference
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abductive argument abductive inference abductive reasoning accepted affirming the consequent agent analysis analyzed answer argu argument diagram argument from consequences argument from ignorance argument from sign argumentation schemes asking backward backward chaining best explanation called causal reasoning cause chain of reasoning chapter cited commitment conclusion conditional critical questions deductive logic deductively valid defeasible argumentation defeasible modus ponens defined dialectical dialogue model discovery stage enthymeme evaluated example expert opinion expert system fallacy form of abductive form of argument form of inference forward chaining given gumentation handbrake hypothesis inconsistency inductive investigation knife logue measles ment mentation modus ponens form modus tollens moves needs notion party Peirce Peirce's persuasion dialogue plausible practical reasoning presumptive problem proponent proposition put forward rational represent respondent retraction rules scientific discovery scientific explanation sequence speech act structure tion tive true Tweety type of dialogue typical understanding Walton