to introduce some rather ad hoc constraints on the vectorial representation of causal powers (egp 38). The authors adopt the vectorial representation because it is 'suited to dis-play many of the features of a dispositional theory of causation'(p. 20), and is thus 'amenable to a dispositionalist ontology'(p. 46). In particular, they [Book Review]

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