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1) (Fetzer 1990:103). A hundred years ago, Peirce (1955) also was studying and debating these three main inference types of reasoning. 3 Problem-solving, Trial and Error, and the Epistemological Status of Abduction The following sections deal with the concept of abduction which proposes a unified epistemological model of medical reasoning. First, it is necessary to show the connections between abduction, induction, and deduction and to stress the significance of abduction to illustrate the problem solving process.