Dialectica 59 (1):63-66 (2005)

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David Pineda
University of Girona
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In this brief note I claim that, contrary to what Esfeld argues in his paper in this same volume, Kim's position with respect to the problem of causal exclusion does indeed commit him to the causal heterogeneity of realized properties.
Keywords Causation  Exclusion  Homogeneity  Metaphysics  Properties  Esfeld, Michael  Kim, Jaegwon
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DOI 10.1111/j.1746-8361.2005.01005.x
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