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One easy, and perfectly general, such premise X is: All A are x From this premise one can deductively infer that all A are x, unsurprisingly. One problem with this maneuver, of course, is that …
answered Oct 17 '12 by Schiphol
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Inductive inference. All humans have died so far, therefore (in all likelihood) all humans die at some point. You are human, I take it, so there you go.
answered Oct 23 '12 by Schiphol