analogism definition

  • noun:
    • a quarrel from cause to result; an a priori debate.
    • research of things by the example they bear together
    • a quarrel through the cause toward impact; an a priori argument.
    • Investigation of things because of the analogy they bear to each other.
    • In reasoning, a quarrel through the cause on impact; an a priori argument.
    • research of things by their particular analogies; reasoning from example.
    • In medicine, diagnosis by analogy.
    • An argument from cause to impact; an a priori argument.
    • examination of things by the example they bear together
    • a quarrel from cause towards result; an a priori argument.
    • Investigation of things by the analogy they bear to one another.
    • In logic, a disagreement through the cause to your impact; an a priori argument.
    • Investigation of things by their analogies; thinking from analogy.
    • In medication, analysis by example.

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