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  • No human mind can remain healthy very long under such circumstances; no reasoning can be normal. Cited from Ailsa Paige, by Robert W. Chambers
  • Similar skeptical reasoning can be applied to any word of any human language.
  • Five main steps in his reasoning can be identified.
  • Via a series of switches, this kind of reasoning can be built into electronic devices.
  • An analogue reasoning can be made for ruling out the target disease.
  • Similar reasoning can be drawn for potential and contracts.
  • Similar reasoning can be applied to sums in which two, three and more digits are deleted from the original number.
  • His work in establishing complexity classes has helped to create the background against which non-deterministic and probabilistic reasoning can be performed.
  • An analogue reasoning can be made for ruling out the diagnosis of the target disease.
  • This reasoning can be easily visualized by dropping two stones in the center of a calm pond.
  • You must often have observed, that of all impressions the most difficult to be removed, are those which have no reason whatever to support them, because against them no reasoning can be applied. Cited from Courts and Cabinets of George the Third, Vol. 1, by Duke of Buckingham
  • A parallel reasoning can be applied to the lower part of the diagram, taking care with the differences in frequencies and gene effects.
  • Moral reasoning can be defined as being the process in which an individual tries to determine the difference between what is right and what is wrong in a personal situation by using logic.
  • Therefore, Dawkins concludes, the same kind of reasoning can be applied to the God hypothesis as to any other scientific question.
  • It should be noted that the various kinds of fallacies run into each other, and not infrequently a given piece of bad reasoning can be described under more than one of them. Cited from The Making of Arguments, by J. H. Gardiner
  • A commonly occurring example of this style of reasoning can be called the "etymological fallacy".
  • There is no consensus on many central problems in philosophy of science, including whether science can reveal the truth about unobservable things and whether scientific reasoning can be justified at all.
  • On the reasoning side, his research mainly concerns how automated reasoning can be kept computationally tractable, including the use of greedy local search methods.
  • Most of these calculi can be formalized as abstract relation algebras, such that reasoning can be carried out at a symbolic level.
  • This type of reasoning can be seen in the world when doctors make decisions about diagnoses from a set of results or when jurors use the relevant evidence to make decisions about a case.
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