Causation: A Very Short Introduction

Oxford University Press (2013)

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Stephen Mumford
Durham University
Rani Anjum
University of Tromsø (PhD)
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Without cause and effect, there would be no science or technology, no moral responsibility, and no system of law. Causation is therefore the most fundamental connection in the universe and a core topic of philosophical thought. This Very Short Introduction introduces all of the main theories of causation and its key debates
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