Items to be compared
Original analogue, to which the secondary analogue is being compared.
The analogue which is being compared to the Primary Analogue.
6 Principles for evaluating arguments from analogy
1) Relevance of similarities 2) Number of similarities 3) Nature and degree of disanalogy 4) Number of primary analogues 5) Diversity among the primary analogues 6) Specificity of the conclusion
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