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This chapter contains sections titled: 8.1 The problem with naive induction, 8.2 The problem with proposing only nonabsurd generalizations, 8.3 The problem with using only projectable concepts, 8.4 The problem with preferring entrenched concepts, 8.5 Induction conflicts and deductive overrides, 8.6 Why nonnaive induction must be built in, 8.7 Innateness of projectability judgements, 8.8 Induction and counterfactuals