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I am not against Science nor with Literature and Philosophy. I am the resultant of Nature, a complete mortal breathing human who knows:" Truth and falsehood may be predicted of propositions, but never of arguments and attributes of validity and invalidity can belong only to deductive arguments, never to propositions.There is a connection between the validity or invalidity of an argument and the truth or falsehood of its premisses and conclusion, but the connection is by no means a simple one. It is important to realize that an argument may be valid while one or more of its premisses is untrue. The addition of new premisses may alter the strength of an inductive argument, but a deductive argument, if valid, cannot be made more valid or invalid by the addition of any premisses.
The strength of the claim about the relation between the premisses and the conclusion of the argument is the nub of the difference between deductive and inductive arguments.We characterize the two types of arguments as: A deductive argument is one whose conclusion is claimed to follow from its premisses with absolute necessity, This necessity not being a matter of degree and not depending in any way on whatever else may be the case; in sharp contrast, an inductive argument is one whose conclusion is claimed to follow from its premisses only with probability, this probability being a matter of degree and dependent upon what else may be the case.
"I should treat all subjects equally"-a dictum should be carried by self. "My child, is the student of Science,...hence he/she cannot exactly concentrate upon all subjects equally" irrelevant to the same bearings "When I know that I am determined to go through my medical-study, engineering alike...why I should unnecessarily concentrate more on The English Language! I am the student of this medium, I am a good student...so well I can shrug up my syllabus of the English language....considering my other subjects, well I wont read Arts in future, so I shall manage it. " More,
"Being a student of Science, it is better to concentrate more on pure science, rather than upon all these..I dream to go abroad as a Science student..a lots of dream I am 'biting' through. I am a self - devotee to Science only, my neutral analysis of controversial matters and theorizing..."
More such things I am experiencing through my daily experiences. I am, afraid to visualize on these students whether the mere presence of word "probability" within an argument self is no sure indication that the argument is inductive, because there are some strictly deductive arguments about probabilities themselves...
May God bless them to their amazing thoughts with ruptures and raptures of lexical emotive role of their own speculative definitions that, can help to prevent fruitless verbal conflict..."The Word "Mountain", Therefore, means a large mass of earth or rock rising to a considerable height above the surrounding country." "
-Rituparna Ray Chaudhuri.
(Only logical words followed from an authenticated book).
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