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and, reasoning from analogy, as you say, if there be mines in South America, ought there not to be mines in North America too?
If, Socrates, we are to be guided at all by the analogy of the preceding instances, then justice is the art which gives good to friends and evil to enemies.
Computational analogy and case-based reasoning (CBR) are closely related research areas.
Many linguists have studied the role of analogy in English inflectional morphology, says Mattiello, but analogy also deserves attention and investigation in word formation, particularly because of its relevance to neology in English.
Subsequently it turned out that magnetization occurs due to the flow of molecular (microscopic) currents inside the magnets (such a model will be called the magnetization model by molecular currents), and the electrostatic analogy is far from the nature of magnetism [1, 4].
Anderson explores complex early modern scientific discourse with rare depth and curiosity, and she shapes her audience's reading experience with a complex structure to her own book, which seeks to replicate Anderson's own process of the discovery that analogy is at the very core of both scientific and poetic discourse in the early modern period.
Despite its seeming ridiculousness, however, Trump Jr's Skittles analogy has been used plenty of times before.
The theory underlying the model is psychologist Dedre Gentner's structure-mapping theory of analogy and similarity, which has been used to explain and predict many psychology phenomena.
Bailey (2012) explains that analogy provides explicit explanatory structure by using a comparison of what we already know or experience to understand certain concepts.
A lot of the time, things that we're trying to find in basic science are up-translated into being meaningful when they may not be," and then used to fit an analogy that is probably not true, said Dr.
6) Both Catherine Packham and Devin Griffiths have explored Darwin's use of analogy in The Loves of the Plants and Zoonomia (1794).
Before jumping into the complexities of Avicenna's doctrine of the analogy of being, we should begin with some contextual remarks that orient our investigation.