- Kent-UCL Causality Workshop, 11 Aug 2011
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Kent-UCL Causality Workshop, 11 Aug 2011
Phyllis McKay Illari
Donald Gillies (UCL): Two Solutions to the Main Problem of Probabilistic Causality: a Comparison [256kb .ppt]
Federica Russo (Kent): Causal truthmakers vs Causal interpretations [80kb .pptx]
Brendan Clarke (UCL): p then q then p again: effects as causes and the case of vicious circles in medicine [4.2mb .pptx ]
Jon Williamson (Kent): Reconciling mechanistic explanation with causal explanation [72kb .pdf]
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