It’s when we can see connections that are not obvious. It exists. The way we understand our reality just obscures it. The good news is, inductive capacity is something we can improve.
Before we can induce hidden connections, we must first understand the system we are in. We need to not only understand it’s outputs and outcomes but the activities that create those outputs. Understanding the fundamentals of our system enables us to envision the knock-on effect these activities could have on other systems.
We will only be sure when we understand those systems just as well.
It stands to reason that inductive capacity is earned. By studying, interacting and understanding systems of increasing complexity.
Perhaps we can start with systems we have complete control over. Like cleaning our rooms.