- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/INTP"Ti seeks precision, such as the exact word to express an idea. It notices the minute distinctions that define the essence of things, then analyzes and classifies them. Ti examines all sides of an issue, looking to solve problems while minimizing effort and risk."
- http://personalitycafe.com/cognitive...-thinking.html"Unlike Extraverted Thinking, which is conceptual and generalized, Introverted Thinking motivates strategic action in a specific situation. When ENTPs use it, they don't start with abstract rules and apply them, step by step, to bring about a goal. They recognize themselves as part of an ongoing process, and they keep adjusting their behaviors in terms of the whole picture. [the adjustments are the specific in the deductive general -> specific]"
Here's a Jung description that is way too long for me to read, but I know that somewhere in that description will be deductive logic. http://personalitycafe.com/istp-arti...-dominant.html
If you need more, I'll provide them. I have an entire arsenal.
As for your question, that inductive logic could easily be Ti, it's just that Ti's natural preferred way to deal with situations is deductive logic (as it is more accurate and has less chance for error than inductive logic). Anyone can do inductive logic. Remember that Ni isn't actually inductive, it simply works like it.
And no, step-by-step is closer to Te organization. Ti refines information and could care less how you refine it, so long as it gets refined.