Probabilistic causation in branching time

Synthese 132 (1-2):89 - 117 (2002)
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A probabilistic and counterfactual theory of causality is developed within the framework of branching time. The theory combines ideas developed by James Fetzer, Donald Nute, Patrick Suppes, Ming Xu, John Pollock, David Lewis and Mellor among others.



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Mika Oksanen
University of Helsinki

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