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Abstract: Analogical reasoning is often employed in science, at least in the context of discovery but also in the context of justification. Despite such usage, the status of analogical reasoning is disputed. In this paper I will give a (limited) defence of analogical reasoning, showing how it can be justified (in some cases) by appeal to underlying explanatory structures revealed by appropriate mathematical models.
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