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All reasonings may be divided into two kinds, namely, demonstrative reasoning or that concerning relations of ideas, and moral reasoning, or that concerning 12 Dec 2000 These two ways are demonstrative reasoning (relying only on thought), and experimental reasoning (relying on experience). Defeasible reasoning is a particular kind of non- demonstrative reasoning , where the reasoning does not produce a full, complete, or final demonstration of a File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - Quick View Hume distinguishes between " demonstrative reasoning ," which is based on relations of ideas, and "moral reasoning," which is based on matters of fact.
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