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The Facts of Causation (International Library of Philosophy) Paperback – December 11, 1998

ISBN-13: 978-0415197564 ISBN-10: 0415197562

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Mellor writes in a truly gripping manner...The Facts of Causation takes you on a journey through causal analysis, i.e. an issue fundamental for philosophy and theory of science...you will enjoy a guided tour while leads you to all the main topics... light up the troublesome parts and exhibits the highlights....
Erkenntnis

This forcefully and well written book elaborates and ambitious conception of causation, encompassing deterministic and indeterministic causation of events by other events, causation of events by dispositions, and causation of facts by other facts. The topics discussed include relations between causation, explanation, decision making, and evidential warrant Theoria.
This book...is the culmination of Mellor's work on causation over the last thirty years... a welcome addition to the libraries of philosophy of science, psychology, and metaphysics. Philosophical Books.

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D.H. Mellor is Professor of Philosophy at Cambridge University. He is internationally renowned for his original contribution to analytic philosophy

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