deductive – take a bit of knowledge and another bit of knowledge to make a truth.

modus ponen – always true

contrapositive – always true

converse – never true

Inverse – never true

inductive – take some truth to identify a bit of knowledge 

abduction – take observations and guesses to for a theory that is likely to be true.

Additional notes on logic…

more notes on logic
-arguments : a formal logical system of statements
–deductive argument : i.e. the scientific method

notes on logical fallacies :
-illusory correlation
-belief perseverance
-persuasion by association
-post hoc, ergo proptor hoc
-framing probabilities
-framing risk
-bayesian thinking

more to come as I expend upon these definitions.