Inductive logic

Induction is a logical process whereby a person ‘induces' a conclusion by observing patterns in examples or cases. In this process, the conclusion implies that because the examples ‘work' your recommendation which fits the criteria of the examples will also ‘work'.

Here is an example to demonstrate:

We should go to Greece on holidays because it is cheap, it is fun and it is sunny.

We are therefore suggesting that Greece would be a great holiday destination for us because Greece is cheap, fun and sunny. If however, we prefer holidays that are cold, snowy and cloudy we might not agree with the overall holiday suggestion.