Inductive reasoning

Inductive reasoning

Induction also known as inductive reasoning or inductive logic is a type of reasoning which involves moving from a set of specific facts to a general conclusion. Inferring from observables. There are problems with this however.

Sextus Empiricus questioned how the truth of the Universals can be established by examining some of the particulars, since examining particulars is difficult as they are infinite in number.

I was curious how a few could look when represented visually such as linear, nonlinear series or nonlinear equations.


1 Comment

  1. Chriss 8 years ago

    great artwork. well done!

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *