Causality and Modern Science

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The causal problem has become topical once again. While we are no longer causalists or believers in the universal truth of the causal principle we continue to think of causes and effects, as well as of causal and noncausal relations among them. Instead of becoming indeterminists we have enlarged determinism to include noncausal categories. And we are still in the process of characterizing our basic concepts and principles concerning causes and effects with the help of exact tools. This is because we want to explain, not ...

Causality and Modern Science 2008, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, NJ

ISBN-13: 9781412808248

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