Pierce: Induction

„Induction is a kind of reasoning that may lead us into error; but that it follows a method which, sufficiently persisted in, will be Inductively Certain (the sort of certainty we have that a perfect coin, pitched up often enough, will sometime turn up heads) to diminish the error below any predesignate degree, is assured by man’s power of perceiving Inductive Certainty.“ (Chap. IV) #Peirce #induction