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    Arrow Inductive and deductive reasoning

    Is there a correlation between these two as far as types and who would use one over the other? I know for myself I use inductive reasoning, and I was wondering if anyone had info. in regards to this and sociotype. Perhaps it has to do with right/left brain hemispheres, idk.
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    there are many ways of looking at this issue, really

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    Quote Originally Posted by Analyst Trevor View Post
    there are many ways of looking at this issue, really
    Yea.
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    An ILI at rest tends to remain at rest
    and an ILI in motion is probably not an ILI

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    i think it's just that vortical-synergetic and holographical-panoramic styles have this overarching need to have mastery of a situation, which seems to reduce solving or sorting a problem through involution rather than devolution.

    causal-determinist and dialectical-algorithmic seem to operate on a case-by-case basis rather than seeing or dealing with an overarching problem.

    yes, i suppose that's just my opinion. i guess it's better than getting replies that suggest cognitive styles are too flaky or only a matter of perspective.

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    IMO for induction, a Rational Bodies is required to work, for deduction, a Rational Fields. It is certain, based on the theory, that induction requires Bodies, deduction requires Fields, at least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ineffable View Post
    IMO for induction, a Rational Bodies is required to work, for deduction, a Rational Fields. It is certain, based on the theory, that induction requires Bodies, deduction requires Fields, at least.
    that's interesting. i can't find anything on "Bodies and Fields" though, except this http://socionist.blogspot.com/2006/1...nd-fields.html. and that link is contradictory to how your applying it because you say LII, for example, is deductive and focused on fields, while that links suggests a focus on bodies.

    wat...

    do you have a book to reference or a particular source that you enjoyed that i could look at?

    Edit: sorry, i meant LII and not LSI
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashton View Post
    Gulenko sez Process types prefer deductive reasoning, Result types inductive reasoning.

    Process/Evolutory (deductive): ILE, SEI, EIE, LSI, SEE, ILI, LSE, EII
    Result/Involutory (inductive): ESE, LII, SLE, IEI, LIE, ESI, IEE, SLI
    At first I was like

    Real answer: I don't think it's all that type-related. Whichever mode one uses will largely depend on one's education, the task at hand, etc.
    and then I was like
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