Imagine you have multiple pieces of data or facts before you. How do you make sense of it? Well you could try and draw up a theory or explanation that best explains the facts at hand. Enter Inductive Arguments. For example the resurrection of Jesus Christ has many historical facts attached to it (like the empty tomb, the martyrdom of the disciples etc.) Did the disciples steal the body? Did they hallucinate? Maybe Jesus didn’t really die in the first place? Maybe He had an unknown twin? How do you pick one theory as the better fit? Join us to know more!
01:25 Areopagus 2022?
02:20 The mistake we make while learning deductive arguments
08:03 What are Inductive Arguments?
09:49 How does it work?
11:11 Can Ankit induce dog-bite probability?
12:52 Can we infer if smoking is unhealthy?
14:43 Can we find some other explanation?
16:03 The drawback of Inductive Arguments
17:56 Is one theory better? Ask these questions
19:42 How much of the data is accounted for?
20:55 Does the theory make the data more probable?
21:56 How many assumptions are introduced?
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