45. Reasoning from Circumstantial Evidence - Deepstash

45. Reasoning from Circumstantial Evidence

The third type of reasoning from similarity is reasoning from circumstantial evidence. The term is familiar to every one from murder trials and detective stories. Reasoning from circumstantial evidence differs from reasoning from analogy or generalization in that it rests on similarities reaching out in a number of separate directions, all of which, however, converge on the case in hand.

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