Causal Pluralism versus Epistemic Causality

Abstract

It is tempting to analyse causality in terms of just one of the indicators of causal relationships, e.g., mechanisms, probabilistic dependencies or independencies, counterfactual conditionals or agency considerations. While such an analysis will surely shed light on some aspect of our concept of cause, it will fail to capture the whole, rather multifarious… (More)

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@inproceedings{Williamson2007CausalPV, title={Causal Pluralism versus Epistemic Causality}, author={Jon W. Williamson}, year={2007} }