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Models of Causality and Causal Inference

@inproceedings{Befani2012ModelsOC,
  title={Models of Causality and Causal Inference},
  author={B. Befani},
  year={2012}
}
3.1 HUMAN AGENCY: CLAIMING CAUSATION THROUGH INTERVENTION 15 3.1.1 CRITIQUE #1: LACK OF EXTERNAL VALIDITY (ACCIDENTALITY) 16 3.1.2 CRITIQUE #2: THREATS TO INTERNAL VALIDITY 16 3.1.3 CRITIQUE #3: PRE-EMPTION 17 3.2 GENERATIVE CAUSATION: THE DESCRIPTION OF THE CAUSAL MECHANISM 18 3.2.1 HOW CAUSATION IS CLAIMED: DIGGING DEEP 20 3.2.2 QUALITY OF INFERENCE 21 3.2.3 MECHANISMS HAVE PARTS: COMPONENT CAUSES AND COMPLETE MECHANISMS 22 
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