Chance and Uncertainty

Logic texts focus on good and bad forms of deductive reasoning, but inductive reasoning -- making inferences and decisions under conditions of uncertainty -- is arguably the more important category, because we encounter these situations much more often in everyday life. This section includes the tutorial courses on probability and probability fallacies, but I've included the course on basic concepts in logic and argumentation ("What is a Good Argument?") because it has an important section on strong vs weak arguments, which is central to inductive reasoning.