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6 September, 18:50

We know that induction will provide dependable results in the future because it has always worked in the past. Whatever has consistently worked in the past will continue to work in the future, and we know that this is true because it has been established by induction.

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  1. 6 September, 19:06
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    This correspond to a fallacy, the type of fallacy is: Begging the quesition.

    Explanation:

    Begging the question is a fallacy in which the premisses make an affirmation of the conclusion, without backing it up. It also can be explain by an argument in which the conclusion is asumed to be true.

    Saying that induction has always worked in the past is not a logic premise that supports a logic argument. An example of this is rephrasing what the conclusion says.
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