epagoge


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epagoge

(ˌɛpəˈɡəʊɡiː; ˌɛpəˈɡəʊdʒiː)
n
(Logic) inductive reasoning
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Aristoteles (15) habia tratado la epagoge o induccion, en el capitulo 23 del libro II de los Primeros Analiticos, donde se esboza como un proceso contrapuesto a la apodeixis, que entiende como el razonamiento necesario, o deductivo o apodictico.
Retorica, Induccion y Ciencia en Aristoteles: La Teoria de la epagoge.
La epagoge era utilizada por Socrates no como el procedimiento cientifico de conocimiento que presenta Aristoteles en APr.
According to Mark McPherran, interpretations of particular elenchoi often run aground owing to the failure to appreciate the role epagoge (very roughly, inductive argument) plays in getting an interlocutor to assent to a crucial premise.
Interpretations of Aristotelian epagoge (induction) have swung widely, and the largest factor in the variation has been the role played by Prior Analytics II 23.
461-516) (1), Peirce expone sobre los tres metodos de razonar, que en la terminologia aristotelica son: epagoge, apodeixis, apagoge.
1) The translation of sullogismos as "deduction," instead of "syllogism," is a matter for discussion, but the term "deduction" here exclusively pertains to Aristotle's conception of deduction in the same way as epagoge, translated as "induction," is confined to his view on induction.
El lenguaje representa en su di scursividad, como simbolo de los entes, el concepto adquirido mediante la induccion, epagoge.