Defeasible Reasoning
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Defeasible reasoning is a particular kind of non-demonstrative reasoning, the location where the reasoning does not build a full, complete, or final demonstration of an claim, i.e., where fallibility and corrigibility of an conclusion are acknowledged. Other kinds of non-demonstrative reasoning are probabilistic reasoning, inductive reason, statistical reasoning, abductive reason, and paraconsistent reason.

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