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Three forms of perception Faith, Empiricism, Rationalization
Define Faith An intellectual concept (often associated with religion)
Define Empiricism Associated with the scientific method (Depends on experimental knowledge)
Define Rationalization To justify that of clear thinking and the act of reasoning
Three definitions of rationalize Rational eyes, rational lies, rationalize
The three forms of faith Faith in spite of evidence, faith in the absence of evidence, faith because of evidence
What type of faith is the basis of how most people except chiropractic faith because of evidence
Define deductive reasoning The basis for the philosophy of chiropractic, start with self evident truth, and axom, or "a priori statement" i.e. the definition of a father.
5 Characteristics of deductive reasoning (1-3) 1. The consequences of the premise are drawn out and no new facts are introduced 2. We assume that words have certain meanings 3. If the premise is false then the conclusion is false
5 Characteristics of deductive reasoning (4-5) 4. If the premise is true and our reasoning accurate we can be sure of our conclusions 5. It begins with a generality
Define Inductive reasoning More appropriate for scientific experimentation. It is the philosophical basis for empiricism. Begin with a fact or hypothesis. i.e. the sun rose today so the sun will rise tomorrow
5 Characteristics of Inductive reasoning (1-3) 1. Cannot be sure that the conclusions drawn from the facts or hypothesis are true 2. Assumes more than one meaning of the word 3. The premise may be true and the conclusion false even though our reasoning is accurate-may not be true tomorrow
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