Causation: A Realist Approach

Oxford University Press (1987)
Tooley here sets out and defends realist accounts of traditional empiricist explanations of causation and laws of nature, arguing that since reductionist accounts of causation are exposed to decisive objections, empiricists must break with that tradition.
Keywords Causation  Realism
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Call number BD541.T66 1987
ISBN(s) 0198249624   9780198249627  
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