The Philosophy of Diseases and Causes


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Benjamin Smart
University of Johannesburg
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This is a draft manuscript of a book that examines the philosophy of disease; in particular, the book focuses on the concept of disease, and on concepts of causation, and causal inference in clinical medicine and epidemiology.
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