# Work ䷠

## Functional Logic • Inquiry and Analogy

### Functional Logic • Inquiry and Analogy • 5  $\text{Aristotle's Paradigm"}$

### Functional Logic • Inquiry and Analogy • 6

#### Peirce’s Formulation of Analogy (Version 1)  $\text{Peirce's Formulation of Analogy (Version 1)}$

### Functional Logic • Inquiry and Analogy • 7

#### Peirce’s Formulation of Analogy (Version 2)  $\text{Peirce's Formulation of Analogy (Version 2)}$

#### Parallel Column Display

##### PNG ##### LaTeX $\begin{array}{l|l} \text{Every}~ X ~\text{is, for example,}~ P^{\prime}, P^{\prime\prime}, P^{\prime\prime\prime}, ~\text{etc.}, & S^{\prime}, S^{\prime\prime}, S^{\prime\prime\prime}, ~\text{etc., are samples of the}~ X\text{'s}, \\[4pt] T ~\text{is found to be}~ P^{\prime}, P^{\prime\prime}, P^{\prime\prime\prime}, ~\text{etc.}; & S^{\prime}, S^{\prime\prime}, S^{\prime\prime\prime}, ~\text{etc., are found to be}~ Q\text{'s}; \\[4pt] \text{Hence, hypothetically,}~ T ~\text{is an}~ X. & \text{Hence, inductively, every}~ X ~\text{is a}~ Q. \end{array}$

### Functional Logic • Inquiry and Analogy • 8

#### Inquiry and Interpretation  $\text{Dewey's Sign of Rain" Example}$

### Functional Logic • Inquiry and Analogy • 9

#### Inquiry and Inference  $\text{Cycle of Inquiry}$