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The attached document introduces various types of logics including Classical Deductive, Inductive, Speculative Deductive, Causal, Abductive and Analogical. It explores their veracity and their domain of applicability.

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Logics Sci-Inq-5-16.pdf

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Introduction to Traits.pdf


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