Origin of ratiocination
OTHER WORDS FROM ratiocinationra·ti·oc·i·na·tive, adjective
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How to use ratiocination in a sentence
This is joining two probabilities by way of Ratiocination or Deduction; the result of which is a less probability than either.
And, even when he sides with the opposite school, it does not mean that he trusts to any scientific process of ratiocination.The Life of Mazzini|Bolton King
The former would be ranked, in our distribution, among fallacies of generalization, the latter among those of ratiocination.
At the same time I needn't say that in this affair that we're now in the middle of—there's no question of ratiocination.The Title|Arnold Bennett
Abraham arrived at this belief through ratiocination and endeavored to convince others.A History of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy|Isaac Husik