When you see induction you from ideas and rules based on your experiences and observation?
No, experiences and observations can be misleading. You need to follow the rules of logic.
A form of reasoning called is the process of forming general ideas and rules based on your experiences and observations?
Francis Bacon developed a theory of 'eliminative induction.' Induction is moving from specifics to generalities, and whilst it had been proposed as a key part of scientific method by Aristotle, Bacon adapted it. Aristotle proposed that scientific evidence should be gathered by observation, but Bacon proposed that evidence should be gathered by observation and experiments. this is known as eliminative induction as it eliminates variable factors which might be present through mere observation. Descartes' philosophy…