Can I join ideas both inductively and deductively within the same group of sibling ideas?

No, siblings should always have the same kinds of joins as each other

Neosi is all about structure and logic, or, to put it another way: neosi is about being tidy.

Attempting to attach ideas both inductively and deductively within the same group of sibling ideas is not tidy.

When telling a story – or a section of a larger story – deductively, it is important that all the siblings relate to each other deductively. Likewise, when telling a story inductively, the siblings need to relate to each other inductively.

 

 

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