Choice and Chance. An Introduction to Inductive Logic. By Brian Skyrms. Dickenson Publishing Co., Inc.; Belmont, California. Pp. Viii, $ Choice & Chance: An Introduction to Inductive Logic. Ⓒ ISBN Edition 4 Pages. Published: by Cengage Learning US . Author/s. Siemens, David F. Review: Brian Skyrms, Choice and Chance. An Introduction to Inductive Logic. J. Symbolic Logic 41 (), no. 2,

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Choice and Chance: An Introduction to Inductive Logic

Table of contents Preface. The Structure of Simple Statements. The Structure of Complex Statements. Simple and Complex Properties. Inductive versus Deductive Logic.

Probability and the Problems of Inductive Logic. The Inductive Justification of Induction. The Pragmatic Justification of Induction.

Causality and Necessary and Sufficient Conditions. The Direct Method of Agreement. The Inverse Method of Agreement.

The Method of Difference. The Application of Mill””s Methods.

Choice and Chance: An Introduction to Inductive Logic by Brian Skyrms

Sufficient Conditions and Functional Relationships. Lawlike and Accidental Conditions. Probability, Arguments, Statements, and Properties. Disjunction and Negation Rules.

Conjunction Rules and Conditional Probability. Expected Value of a Gamble.

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Rational Degree of Belief. Quantity and Variety of Evidence. Convergence to the Truth.

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