The search for internally consistent means of decidability within a domain or context.
The most parsimonious most universal method of decidability regardless of context.
SOME FORMS OF ARGUMENT
- Analogy – a justification by shared constant relations.
- Reason – a criticized and justified argument from experience.
- Rational – an internally consistent, non contradictory argument from experience
- Empirical – a correlative externally correspondent argument for the purpose of limiting human error bias and deceit.
- Logical – an internally consistent, non contradictory, argument from set membership.
- Analytic (Logical+Empirical) – an internally consistent, non contradictory, verbally parsimonious, argument from set membership incorporating the methods of the physical sciences.
- Operational (Current Scientific) – an internally consistent, existentially possible, subjectively testable, causal, argument from possibility.