epagoge

noun
ep·​a·​go·​ge
plural -s

Definition of epagoge

: logical induction from all the particulars comprised under the inferred generalization : induction by simple enumeration — compare baconian induction

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Other Words from epagoge

epagogic \ ¦⸗⸗¦gäjik \ adjective

History and Etymology for epagoge

Late Latin, from Greek epagōgē, from epagein

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