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    George Molnar (2003). Powers: A Study in Metaphysics. Oxford University Press.
    George Molnar came to see that the solution to a number of the problems in contemporary philosophy lay in the development of an alternative to Hume's metaphysics, with real causal powers at its center. Molnar's eagerly anticipated book setting out his theory of powers was almost complete when he died, and has been prepared for publication by Stephen Mumford, who provides a context-setting introduction.
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  2. George Molnar (2000). Truthmakers for Negative Truths. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 78 (1):72 – 86.
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  3. George Molnar (1999). Are Dispositions Reducible? Philosophical Quarterly 50 (194):1-17.
  4. George Molnar (2004). Powers. Oxford University Press.
    George Molnar came to see that the solution to a number of the problems of contemporary philosophy lay in the development of an alternative to Hume's metaphysics. This alternative would have real causal powers at its centre. Molnar set about developing a thorough account of powers that might persuade those who remained, perhaps unknowingly, in the grip of Humean assumptions. He succeeded in producing something both highly focused and at the same time wide-ranging. He showed both that the notion of (...)
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    George Molnar (1969). Kneal's Argument Revisited. Philosophical Review 78 (1):79-89.
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    George Molnar (1967). Defeasible Propositions. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 45 (2):185 – 197.
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  7. George Molnar (1974). The Examined Life is Not Worth Living. Radical Philosophy 8:2.
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