Zentralblatt MATH is a resource I have found helpful. It provides short reviews of many, I really mean many, pieces. (“*The zbMATH database contains about 4 million bibliographic entries with reviews or abstracts currently drawn from about 3,000 journals and book series, and 180,000 books. The coverage starts in the 18th century and is complete from 1868 to the present by the integration of the “Jahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik” database*.” — taken from their website end of January 2020).

Over the years I have done a number of reviews which you can now find in their database. To find my reviews search for: “rv:00012469“.

**Books**

[1] Rolf Haenni, Jan-Willem Romeijn, Gregory Wheeler, and Jon Williamson. Probabilistic Argumentation. In Probabilistic Logics and Probabilistic Networks, volume 350 of Synthese Library. Springer, 2011. Zbl 1213.03031.

[2] Maria Vanina Martinez, Cristian Molinaro, V.S. Subrahmanian, and Leila Amgoud. A General Framework for Reasoning On Inconsistency. Springer, 2013. Zbl 1276.68147.

[3] Judea Pearl. Causality Models, Reasoning and Inference. Cambridge University Press, 2 edition, 2009. Zbl 1188.68291.

[4] Jeff B. Paris and Alena Vencovská. Pure Inductive Logic. Cambridge University Press, 2015. Zbl 06417755.

[5] Joseph Y. Halpern. Actual Causality. MIT Press, 2016. Zbl 1276.68147

[6] Zoran Ognjanović, Miodrag Rašković and Zoran Marković. Probability Logics. Springer, 2016. Zbl 06653185.

[7] Jon Williamson. Lectures on Inductive Logic. Oxford University Press, 2017. Zbl 06638226.

[8] Dirk Draheim. Generalized Jeffrey Conditionalization. Springer, 2017. Zbl. 06815122.

[9] Philip Calabrese. Logic and conditional probability. A synthesis, volume 69 of Studies in Logic. College Publications, London, 2017. Zbl. 06934363.

[10] Gregory Johnson. Argument and inference. An introduction to inductive logic. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2016. Zbl 06576438.

### Journal Articles

[1] Michael Huemer. Explanationist Aid for the Theory of Inductive Logic. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 60(2):345–375, 2009. Zbl 1183.03005.

[2] K.S. Ng and J.W. Lloyd. Probabilistic reasoning in a classical logic. Journal of Applied Logic, 7(2):218–238, 2009. Zbl 1174.03006.

[3] Jeff B. Paris and Pete Waterhouse. Atom Exchangeability and Instantial Relevance. Journal of Philosophical Logic, 38(3):313–332, 2009. Zbl 1170.03012.

[4] John P. Burgess. Axiomatizing the logic of comparative probability. Notre Dame J. Formal Logic, 51(1):119–126, 2010. Zbl 1193.03044.

[5] Chunlai Zhou. Probability Logic of Finitely Additive Beliefs. Journal of Logic, Language and Information, 19:247–282, 2010. Zbl 1204.03027

[6] Andris Ambainis, Andrew Childs, and Yi-Kai Liu. Quantum Property Testing for Bounded-Degree Graphs. In Leslie Goldberg, Klaus Jansen, R. Ravi, and Jos´ e Rolim, editors, Proceedings of Approx/Random, volume 6845 of LNCS, pages 365–376. Springer, 2011. Zbl 1247.68093.

[7] Frederick Eberhardt and Clark Glymour. Hans Reichenbach’s probability logic. In Dov M. Gabbay, Stephan Hartmann, and John Woods, editors, Handbook of the History of Logic – Inductive Logic, volume 10. North Holland, 2011. Zbl 1257.03050.

[8] Martina Fedel, Hykel Hosni, and Franco Montagna. A logical characterization of coherence for imprecise probabilities. International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, 52(8):1147–1170, 2011. Zbl 1244.03082.

[9] Anna Gomoli´ nska. A Logic-Algebraic Approach to Graded Inclusion. Fundamenta Informaticae, 109(3):265–279, 2011. Zbl 1243.68278.

[10] Thierry Martin. J.-H. Lambert’s theory of probable syllogisms. International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, 52(2):144–152, 2011. Zbl 1226.03034.

[11] Jeff B. Paris and Alena Vencovská. A Note on Irrelevance in Inductive Logic. Journal of Philosophical Logic, 40:357–370, 2011. Zbl 1223.03014.

[12] Jeff B. Paris and Alena Vencovská. A Note on Nathanial’s Invariance Principle in Polyadic Inductive Logic. In Mohua Banerjee and Anil Seth, editors, Proceedings of ICLA, volume 6521 of LNAI, pages 137–146. Springer, 2011. Zbl 1234.03012.

[13] Jeff B. Paris and Alena Vencovská. Symmetry’s End? Erkenntnis, 74:53–67, 2011. Zbl 1229.03024.

[14] Gert de Cooman and Erik Quaeghebeur. Exchangeability and sets of desirable gambles. International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, 53(3):363–395, 2012. Zbl 1247.68284.

[15] Angelina Ili´ c-Stepic, Zoran Ognjaovi´ c, Nebojˇ sa Kodiniovi´ c, and Aleksandar Perovi´ c. A p-adic probability logic. Mathematical Logic Quarterly, 58(4-5):263–280, 2012. Zbl 1251.03027.

[16] Miloˇ s Miloˇ sevi´ c and Zoran Ognjaovi´ c. A first-order conditional probability logic. Logic Journal of IGPL, 20(1):235–253, 2012. Zbl 1251.03030.

[17] Zoran Ognjanovi´ c, Zoran Markovi´ c, Miodrag Raˇ skovi´ c, Dragan Doder, and Aleksandar Perovi´ c. A propositional probabilistic logic with discrete linear time for reasoning about evidence. Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence,

5(2-3):217–243, 2012. Zbl 1269.03033.

[18] Stanislav O. Speranski. Complexity for probability logic with quantifiers over propositions. Journal of Logic and Computation, 23(5):1035–1055, 2013. Zbl 1309.03009.

[19] Tapani Hyttinen, Gianluca Paolini, and Jouko Väänänen. Archive for Mathematical Logic, 56(5-6): 475-489, 2017. Zbl 06775035.

[20] Angelina Ili´ c Stepi´ c and Zoran Ognjanovi´ c. Logics for Reasoning About Processes of Thinking with Information Coded by p-adic Numbers. Studia Logica, 103 (1): pages 145–174, 2014. Zbl. 1382.03045.

[21] Nebojˇ sa Ikodinovi´ c, Zoran Ognjanovi´ c, Aleksandar Perovi´ c and Miodrag Raˇ skovi´ c. Completeness theorems for σ-additive probabilistic semantics. Annals of Pure and Applied Logic, 171 (4): page 102.755, 2020. Zbl 068151228.