Causation: A Very Short Introduction

Oxford University Press (2013)

Abstract

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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Stephen Mumford
Durham University
Rani Anjum
University of Tromsø (PhD)

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