عنوان مقاله [English]
The induction is a kind of argument in logic, which, despite the degradation of its validity in comparison with the demonstrative proof, has considerable significance. One of the best method for motivating, learning, strengthening beliefs and also guidance to the general public, is the inductive method. Although the Qur'an has used arguments in specific cases for guidance purposes in various ways, the inductive method has a lot of abundance. Other methods of reasoning, such as the rational argument, are less in the Qur'an compared to the induction. The reason for this claim is the God's recommendation to look at the fate of the past generations. In fact, one of the arguments of the Holy Quran in some verses is that if you act like the previous generations, you will have the same fate. It seems that one of the God's purpose is to warn his audiences and guide them. Due to the high volume and number of subjects in the Quran about inductive method, this essay deals only with the research of the terms "Siru" (look for) and "unzoru" (look) and their derivatives. The result of this research suggests that induction is more applied than other kinds of arguments and its effect is undeniable.