# Overview

Notes for the courses PHIL 171: Reasoning for humans: Clear thinking in an uncertain world and PHIL 271: Introduction to Logic.

By Eric Pacuit (pacuit.org)

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These notes will be continually updated throughout the semester. Please check back regularly.

## Further Reading

The following are links to additional reading on topics related to this course.

- Choice and Chance: An Introduction to Inductive Logic by Brian Skyrms: A book covering many of the topics we will discuss in this course.
- A good introduction to logic discussing a number of topics not discussed in this book (e.g., derivations)
- More information about First Order Logic can be found in Chapter 4: Predicate Logic,
*Logic in Action* - The Gambler's Fallacy
- The problem of priors and the principle of indifference
- The Lottery Paradox
- Unifying Logic and Probability: A New Dawn for AI? by Stuart Russell