Week Eleven: What is inductive reasoning?

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Reflections on Week Eleven

This lesson discusses inductive reasoning, in which we compare a number of different situations until we discover a common cause.  

In line 21, Haanel states, “The operation of this thought process is seen in those fortunate natures that possess everything that others must acquire by toil, who never have a struggle with conscience because they always act correctly, and can never conduct themselves otherwise than with tact, learn everything easily, complete everything they begin with a happy knack, live in eternal harmony with themselves, without ever reflecting much what they do, or ever
experiencing difficulty or toil.”

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