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PREFACE My interest in the connection of probability with logic was initiated by a reading of J. M. Keynes’ A Treatise on Probability. This interest was furthered during a lengthy engagement with Boole’s Laws of Thought, re- sulting in the writing of Boole’s Logic and Probability (Hailperin 1976, 2nd ed. 1986). There is an extended historical presentation in Hailperin 1988 ofmatterspertainingtoprobabilitylogicbeforeitsformalizationasalogic.