Partial Bibliography on Causation: Part I

Achinstein, Peter. 1983. The Nature of Explanation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Anderson, John. 1938. "The Problem of Causality." Australasian Journal of Psychology and Philosophy 16: 127&endash;42.

Anscombe, Elizabeth. 1971. Causality and Determinism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Arntzenius, Frank. 1990. "Physics and Common Causes." Synthese 82: 77&endash;96.

_____. 1993. "The Common Cause Principle." In Hull, D., M. Forbes, and K. Okruhlik, eds. PSA 1992, vol. 2. East Lansing: Philosophy of Science Association, pp. 227&endash;37.

Aronson, Jerrold. 1971a. "On the Grammar of Cause." Synthese 22: 414&endash;30.

_____. 1971b. "The Legacy of Hume’s Analysis of Causation." Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science 2: 135&endash;57.

Barnes, Eric. 1992. "Explanatory Unification and the Problem of Asymmetry." Philosophy of Science 59: 558&endash;71.

Beauchamp, Thomas and Alexander Rosenberg. 1981. Hume and the Problem of Causation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bell, John. 1964. "On the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Paradox." Physics 1: 195&endash;200.

_____. 1966. "On the Problem of Hidden Variables in Quantum Mechanics." Reviews of Modern Physics 38: 447&endash;52.

Bennett, Jonathan. 1984. "Counterfactuals and Temporal Direction." Philosophical Review 93: 57&endash;91.

_____. 1988. Events and Their Names. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing.

Berofsky, Bernard. 1971. Determinism. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

_____. 1977. "Review of The Cement of the Universe: A Study of Causation." Journal of Philosophy 74: 103&endash;18.

Braddon-Mitchell, David. 1993. "The Microstructural Causation Hypothesis." Erkenntnis 39: 257&endash;83.

Bradie, Michael. 1984. "Recent Work on Criteria for Event Identity, 1967&endash;1979." Philosophy Research Archives, pp. 29&endash;77.

Brand, Myles. 1977. "Identity Conditions for Events." American Philosophical Quarterly 14: 329&endash;37.

_____. 1980. "Simultaneous Causation." In van Inwagen (1980), pp. 137-53.

Bridgman, P. 1938. "Operational Analysis." Philosophy of Science 5: 114&endash;31.

Bromberger, Sylvain. 1966. "Why Questions." In R. Colodny, ed. Mind and Cosmos: Essays in Contemporary Science and Philosophy. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, pp. 86&endash;111.

Brown, Bryson. 1992. "Defending Backwards Causation." Canadian Journal of Philosophy 22: 429&endash;44.

Byerly, Henry. 1979. "Substantial Causes and Nomic Determination." Philosophy of Science 46: 57&endash;81.

_____. 1990. "Causes and Laws: The Asymmetry Puzzle." In A. Fine, M. Forbes, and L. Wessels, eds. PSA 1990, vol. 1. East Lansing: Philosophy of Science Association, pp. 545&endash;55.

Carroll, John. 1988. "General Causation." In A. Fine and J. Leplin, eds. PSA 1988, vol. 1. East Lansing: Philosophy of Science Association, pp. 311&endash;17.

_____. 1991. "Property-Level Causation?" Philosophical Studies 63: 245&endash;70.

Cartwright, Nancy. 1979. "Causal Laws and Effective Strategies." Nos 13. Rpt. in Cartwright 1983, pp. 21&endash;43.

_____. 1983. How the Laws of Physics Lie. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

_____. 1989. Nature’s Capacities and Their Measurement. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

_____. 1995. "Probabilities and Experiments." Journal of Econometrics 67: 47&endash;59.

CastaÒeda, Hector-Neri. 1980. "Causes, Energy and Constant Conjunctions." In van Inwagen (1980), pp. 81-108.

_____. 1984. "Causes, Causity and Energy." Midwest Studies in Philosophy 9: 17&endash;28.

Clendinnen, F. John. 1992. "Nomic Dependence and Causation." Philosophy of Science 59: 341&endash;60.

Collingwood, R. G. 1940. An Essay on Metaphysics. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Cushing, James and Ernan McMullin, eds. 1989. The Philosophical Consequences of Quantum Theory. Notre Dame: Notre Dame University Press.

Davidson, Donald. 1980. Essays on Actions and Events. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

_____. 1985. "Reply to Quine on Events." In LePore and McLaughlin (1985), pp. 172&endash;6.

Davis, Wayne. 1980. "Swain’s Counterfactual Analysis of Causation." Philosophical Studies 38: 169&endash;76.

Dieks, D. 1981. "A Note on Causation and the Flow of Energy." Erkenntnis 16: 103&endash;8.

Dowe, Phil. 1992a. "Process Causality and Asymmetry." Erkenntnis 37: 179&endash;96.

_____. 1992b. "Wesley Salmon’s Process Theory of Causality and the Conserved Quantity Theory." Philosophy of Science 59: 195&endash;216.

_____. 1995. "Causality and Conserved Quantities: A Reply to Salmon." Philosophy of Science 62: 321&endash;33.

_____. 1996. "Backwards Causation and the Direction of Causal Processes." Mind 105: 227&endash;48.

Dretske, Fred. 1977. "Referring to Events." Midwest Studies in Philosophy 2: 90&endash;9.

Dretske, Fred and Aaron Snyder. 1972. "Causal Irregularity." Philosophy of Science 39: 69&endash;71.

Dretske, Fred and Berent EnÁ. 1984. "Causal Theories of Knowledge." Midwest Studies in Philosophy 9: 517&endash;28.

Dummett, Michael. 1964. "Bringing About the Past." Philosophical Review 73: 338&endash;59.

DuprÈ, John. 1984. "Probabilistic Causality Emancipated." Midwest Studies in Philosophy 9: 169&endash;75.

_____. 1993. The Disorder of Things: Metaphysical Foundations of the Disunity of Science. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Earman, John. 1976. "Causation: A Matter of Life and Death." Journal of Philosophy 73: 5&endash;25.

Eells, Ellery. 1987. "Probabilistic Causality: Reply to John DuprÈ." Philosophy of Science 54: 105&endash;14.

_____. 1991. Probabilistic Causality. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Eells, Ellery and Elliott Sober. 1983. "Probabilistic Causality and the Question of Transitivity." Philosophy of Science 50: 35&endash;57.

Ehring, Douglas. 1982. "Causal Asymmetry." Journal of Philosophy 79: 761&endash;74.

_____. 1997. Causation and Persistence: A Theory of Causation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Einstein, A., B. Podolsky, and N. Rosen. 1935. "Can a Quantum Mechanical Description of Physical Reality be Considered Complete?" Physical Review 47: 777&endash;80.

Elby, Andrew. 1992. "Should We Explain the EPR Correlations Causally?" Philosophy of Science 59: 16&endash;25.

Engle, R., D. Hendry, and J. Richard. 1983. "Exogeneity." Econometrica 51: 277&endash;304.

Fair, David. 1979. "Causation and the Flow of Energy." Erkenntnis 14: 219&endash;50.

Faust, C. H. and T. H. Johnson, ed. 1935. Jonathan Edwards. New York: ??.

Festa, Roberto. 1993. Optimum Inductive Methods. Dordrecht: Kluwer.

Fetzer, J. H. (1981), SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE (Dordrecht, Holland:  D. Reidel, 1981).
 
Fetzer, J. H. (1993), PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE (New York, NY:  Paragon House, 1993).

Fine, Arthur. 1987. The Shaky Game. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Forster, Malcolm. 1988. "Sober’s Principle of Common Cause and the Problem of Comparing Incomplete Hypotheses." Philosophy of Science 55: 538&endash;59.

_____. 1996a. "The GHZ Version of Bell’s Argument." Unpublished manuscript.

_____. 1996b. "The Symmetry of Probabilities and the Direction of Causal Arrows." unpublished manuscript.

Foster, J. A. 1975. "Testing the Cement: An Examination of Mackie on Causation." Inquiry 18: 487&endash;98.

Frankel, Lois. 1986. "Mutual Causation, Simultaneity and Event Description." Philo-sophical Studies 49: 361&endash;72.

Freudlich, Y. 1977. "The Causation Recipe." Dialogue 16: 472&endash;84.

Friedman, Michael. 1974. "Explanation and Scientific Understanding." Journal of Philosophy 71: 5&endash;19.

Gasking, Douglas. 1955. "Causation and Recipes." Mind 64: 479&endash;87.

Glymour, Clark. 1978. "Two Flagpoles Are More Paradoxical Than One." Philosophy of Science 45: 118&endash;19.

_____. 1980. "Explanations, Tests, Unity and Necessity." Nos 14: 31&endash;52.

Glymour, Clark, Richard Scheines, Peter Spirtes, and Kevin Kelly. 1987. Discovering Causal Structure. New York: Academic Press, 1987.

Goggans, Phillip. 1992. "Do the Closest Possible Worlds Contain Miracles?" Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 73: 137&endash;49.

Goldman, Alvin. 1970. A Theory of Human Action. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Good, I. J. 1961. "A Causal Calculus, I&endash;II." British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. 11: 305&endash;18, 12: 43&endash;51.

Goosens, William. 1979. "Causal Chains and Counterfactuals." Journal of Philosophy 76: 489&endash;95.

Gorovitz, Samuel. 1965. "Causal Judgments and Causal Explanations." Journal of Philosophy 62: 695&endash;711.

Granger, C.W.J. 1969. "Investigating Causal Relations by Econometric Models and Cross-Spectral Methods." Econometrica 37: 424&endash;38.

Haavelmo, Trygve. 1944. "The Probability Approach to Econometrics." Econometrica 12 (Supplement): iii&endash;118.

Hart, H. L. A. and A. M. HonorÈ. 1959. Causation in the Law. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Hausman, Daniel. 1982. "Causal and Explanatory Asymmetry."In T. Nickles and P. Asquith, eds. PSA 1982, vol. 1. East Lansing: Philosophy of Science Association, pp. 43&endash;54.

_____. 1984. "Causal Priority." Nos 18: 261&endash;79.

_____. 1986. "Causation and Experimentation." American Philosophical Quarterly 23: 143&endash;54.

_____. 1989a. "The Insufficiency of Nomological Explanation." Philosophical Quarterly 39: 22&endash;35.

_____. 1989b. "Ceteris Paribus Clauses and Causality in Economics." In A. Fine and J. Leplin, eds. PSA 1988, vol. 2. East Lansing: Philosophy of Science Association, pp. 308&endash;17.

_____. 1990. "Supply and Demand Explanations and their Ceteris Paribus Clauses." Review of Political Economy 2: 168&endash;86.

_____. 1992. "Thresholds, Transitivity, Overdetermination, and Events." Analysis 52: 159&endash;63.

_____. 1993a. "Linking Causal and Explanatory Asymmetries." Philosophy of Science 60: 435&endash;51.

_____. 1993b. "Why Don’t Causes Explain Their Effects?" Synthese 94: 227&endash;44.

_____. 1996. "Causation and Counterfactual Dependence Reconsidered." Nos 30: 55&endash;74.

_____. 1998a. "Causation, Agency, and Independence." Philosophy of Science 63 (Supplement).

_____. 1998b. "Deterministic Causation of Probabilities." Communication and Cognition.

Healey, Richard. 1983. "Temporal and Causal Asymmetry." In Richard Swinburne, ed. Space, Time and Causality. Dordrecht: Reidel, pp. 79&endash;105.

_____. 1992. "Discussion: Causation, Robustness, and EPR." Philosophy of Science 59: 282&endash;92.

Hempel, Carl. 1965. Aspects of Scientific Explanation. New York: Free Press.

Hesslow, G. 1976. "Two Notes on the Probabilistic Approach to Causality." Philosophy of Science 34: 290&endash;2.

_____. 1981. "Causality and Determinism." Philosophy of Science 48: 591&endash;605.

Hitchcock, Christopher. 1993. "A Generalized Probabilistic Theory of Causal Relevance." Synthese 97: 335&endash;64.

_____. 1995a. "The Mishap at Reichenbach Falls: Singular vs. General Causation." Philosophical Studies 73: 257&endash;91.

_____. 1995b. "Discussion: Salmon on Explanatory Relevance." Philosophy of Science 62: 304&endash;20.

_____. 1996a. "Farewell to Binary Causation." Canadian Journal of Philosophy 26: 267&endash;82.

_____. 1996b. "The Mechanist and the Snail." Philosophical Studies 84: 91&endash;105.

_____. 1996c. "The Role of Contrast in Causal and Explanatory Claims." Synthese 107: 395&endash;419.

_____. 1998. "Causal Knowledge: That Great Guide of Human Life." Communication and Cognition.

Honderich, Ted. 1982. "Causes and if p, even if x, still q." Philosophy 57: 291&endash;317.

Hoover, Kevin. 1990. "The Logic of Causal Inference." Economics and Philosophy 6: 207&endash;34.

_____. 1991. "The Causal Direction between Money and Prices." Journal of Monetary Economics 27: 381&endash;423.

_____. 1993. "Causality and Temporal Order in Macroeconomics or Why Even Economists Don’t Know How to Get Causes from Probabilities." British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 44: 693&endash;710.

_____. 1994. "Econometrics as Observation: the Lucas Critique and the Nature of Econometric Inference." Journal of Economic Methodology 1: 65&endash;80.

_____. 1995. "Comments on Cartwright and Woodward: Causation, Estimation, and Statistics." In Little (1995), pp. 75&endash;89.

Hoover, Kevin and Stephen Perez. 1994. "Post Hoc Ergo Once More: An Evaluation of 'Does Monetary Policy Matter?’ in the Spirit of James Tobin." Journal of Monetary Economics 34: 47&endash;73.

Hoover, Kevin and Steven Sheffrin. 1992. "Causation, Spending, and Taxes: Sand in the Sandbox or Tax Collector for the Welfare State?" American Economic Review 82: 225&endash;48.

Horgan, Terence. 1978. "The Case Against Events." Philosophical Review 87: 28&endash;47.

_____. 1980. "Humean Causation and Kim’s Theory of Events." Canadian Journal of Philosophy 10: 663&endash;79.

Horwich, Paul. 1987. Asymmetries in Time. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Hume, David. 1738. A Treatise of Human Nature. Rpt. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1966.

_____. 1748. An Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding, Rpt. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1955.

Humphreys, Paul. 1989. The Chances of Explanation. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Irzik, G¸rol. 1996. "Can Causes Be Reduced to Correlations?" British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 47: 249&endash;70.

Irzik, G¸rol and Eric Meyer. 1987. "Causal Modeling: New Directions for Statistical Explanation." Philosophy of Science. 54: 495&endash;514.

Jeffrey, Richard. 1971. "Statistical Explanation vs. Statistical Inference." In Salmon, ed. 1971, pp. 19&endash;28.

Jobe, Evan. 1976. "A Puzzle Concerning DN Explanation." Philosophy of Science 43: 542&endash;9.

_____. 1985. "Explanation, Causality and Counterfactuals." Philosophy of Science 52: 357&endash;89.

Kendall, M. 1948. The Advanced Theory of Statistics. London: Charles Griffin and Co.

Kiiveri, H. and T. Speed. 1982. "Structural Analysis of Multivariate Data: A Review." In S. Leinhardt, ed. Sociological Methodology. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Kim, Jaegwon. 1969. "Events and their Descriptions: Some Considerations." In N. Rescher, ed. Essays in Honor of Carl G. Hempel. Dordrecht: Reidel, pp. 198&endash;215.

_____. 1973. "Causation, Nomic Subsumption and the Concept of Event." Journal of Philosophy 70: 217&endash;36.

_____. 1980. "Events as Property Exemplifications." In M. Brand and D. Walton, eds. Action Theory. Dordrecht: Reidel, pp. 159&endash;77.

_____. 1984. "Epiphenomenal and Supervenient Causation." Midwest Studies in Philosophy 9: 257&endash;70.

Kistler, Max. unpublished. "Causes as Events and Facts."

Kitcher, Philip. 1981. "Explanatory Unification." Philosophy of Science 48: 507&endash;31.

_____. 1989. "Explanatory Unification and the Causal Structure of the World." In Kitcher and Salmon (1989), pp. 410&endash;505.

Kitcher, Philip and Wesley Salmon, eds. 1989. Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science. vol. 13 Scientific Explanation. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Kyburg, Henry. 1965. "Comments." Philosophy of Science 32: 147&endash;51.

Lauwers, Steven. 1978. "A Reexamination of Causal Irregularity." Philosophy of Science 45: 471&endash;3.

Lemmon, E. 1967. "Comments." In N. Rescher, ed. The Logic of Decision and Action. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, pp. 96&endash;103.

LePore, E. and B. McLaughlin, eds. 1985. Actions and Events: Perspectives on the Philosophy of Donald Davidson. Oxford: Blackwell.

Lewis, David. 1972. "Psychophysical and Theoretical Identification." Australasian Journal of Philosophy 67: 642&endash;63.

_____. 1973a. "Causation." Journal of Philosophy 70: 556&endash;67.

_____. 1973b. Counterfactuals. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

_____. 1976. "Probabilities of Conditionals and Conditional Probabilities." Philosophical Review 85: 297&endash;315. Rpt. in Lewis 1986b, pp. 133-56. Rpt. in and cited from Jackson, Frank, ed. Conditionals. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 76&endash;102.

_____. 1979. "Counterfactual Dependence and Time’s Arrow." Nos 13: 455&endash;76.

_____. 1986a. "Causal Explanation." In Lewis 1986b, pp. 214&endash;40.

_____. 1986b. Philosophical Papers. vol. 2. New York: Oxford University Press.

_____. 1986c. "Postscripts to ‘Counterfactual Dependence and Time’s Arrow.’" In Lewis 1986b, pp. 52&endash;67.

_____. 1986d. "Postscripts to ‘Causation.’" In Lewis 1986b, pp. 173&endash;218.

Little, Daniel, ed. 1995. The Reliability of Economic Models. Dordrecht: Kluwer.

Lombard, Lawrence. 1986. Events: A Metaphysical Study. London: Routledge.

McDermott, Michael. 1995. "Lewis on Causal Difference." Australasian Journal of Philosophy 73: 129&endash;39.

Mackie, John. 1966. "The Direction of Causation." Philosophical Review 75: 441&endash;66.

_____. 1979. "Mind, Brain, and Causation." Midwest Studies in Philosophy 4: 19&endash;29.

_____. 1980. The Cement of the Universe. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

McLaughlin, James. 1925&endash;6. "Proximate Cause." Harvard Law Review 39: 149&endash;99.

Meek, Christopher and Clark Glymour 1994. "Conditioning and Intervening." British Journal for Philosophy of Science 45: 1001&endash;21.

Mellor, D. H. 1995. The Facts of Causation. London: Routledge.

Menzies, Peter. 1989a. "Probabilistic Causation and Causal Processes: A Critique of Lewis." Philosophy of Science 56: 642&endash;63.

_____. 1989b. "A Unified Account of Causal Relata." Australasian Journal of Philosophy 67: 59&endash;83.

_____. 1996. "Probabilistic Causation and the Pre-emption Problem." Mind 105: 85&endash;117.

Menzies, Peter and Huw Price. 1993. "Causation as a Secondary Quality." British Journal for Philosophy of Science 44: 187&endash;203.

Mermin, N. David. 1990. "Quantum Mysteries Revisited." American Journal of Physics 58: 731&endash;4.

Miller, Richard. 1987. Fact and Method. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Orcutt, Guy. 1952. "Actions, Consequences and Causal Relations." Review of Economics and Statistics 34: 305&endash;13.

Otte, Richard. 1981. "A Critique of Suppes’ Theory of Probabilistic Causality." Synthese 48: 167&endash;89.

_____. 1985. "Probabilistic Causality and Simpson’s Paradox." Philosophy of Science 52: 110&endash;25.

_____. 1986. "Reichenbach, Causation, and Explanation." In Fine, Arthur and Peter Machamer., eds. PSA 1986, vol. 1. East Lansing: Philosophy of Science Association, pp. 59&endash;65.

Papineau, David. 1985a. "Causal Asymmetry." British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 36: 273&endash;89.

_____. 1985b. "Probabilities and Causes." Journal of Philosophy 82: 57&endash;74.

_____. 1986. "Causal Factors, Causal Interference, Causal Explanation." Aristotelian Society Supplementary Volume 50: 115&endash;36.

_____. 1989. "Pure, Mixed and Spurious Probabilities and the Significance for a Reductionist Theory of Causation." In Kitcher and Salmon (1989), pp. 307&endash;48.

_____. 1990. "Causes and Mixed Probabilities." International Studies in the Philosophy of Science 4: 79&endash;88.

_____. 1991. "Correlations and Causes." British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 42: 397&endash;412.

_____. 1993. "Can We Reduce Causal Direction to Probabilities?" In Hull, D., M. Forbes, and K. Okruhlik, eds. PSA 1992, vol. 2. East Lansing: Philosophy of Science Association, pp. 238&endash;52.

Pearl, Judea. 1993. "Comment: Graphical Models, Causality, and Intervention." Statistical Science 8: 266&endash;9.

_____. 1995. "Causal Diagrams for Empirical Research." Biometrika 82: 669&endash;88.

Pearl, Judea and Thomas Verma. 1994. "A Theory of Inferred Causation." In D. Prawitz, B. Skyrms, and D. WesterstÂhl, eds. Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, IX. Amstersdam: Elsevier, 1994, pp. 789&endash;811.

Pollock, John. 1976. Subjunctive Reasoning. Dordrecht: Reidel.

_____. 1984. "Nomic Probability." Midwest Studies in Philosophy 9: 177&endash;204.

Price, Huw. 1991. "Agency and Probabilistic Causality." British Journal for Philosophy of Science 42: 157&endash;76.

_____. 1992. "Agency and Causal Asymmetry." Mind 101: 501&endash;20.

_____. 1993. "The Direction of Causation: Ramsey’s Ultimate Contingency." In Hull, D., M. Forbes, and K. Okruhlik, eds. PSA 1992, vol. 2. East Lansing: Philosophy of Science Association, pp. 253&endash;67.

_____. 1996. Time’s Arrow and Archimedes’ Point: New Directions for the Physics of Time. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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_____. 1960. Word and Object. Cambridge: MA: MIT Press.

_____. 1985. "Events and Reification." In LePore and McLaughlin (1985), pp. 162&endash;71.

Railton, Peter. 1980. "Explaining Explanation: A Realist Account of Scientific Explanation." Dissertation, Princeton University.

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Reichenbach, Hans. 1956. The Direction of Time. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Rosen, Deborah. 1978. "In Defense of a Probabilistic Theory of Causality." Philosophy of Science 45: 604&endash;13.

_____. 1982. "A Critique of Deterministic Causality." Philosophical Forum 14: 101&endash;30.

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_____. 1978. "Why Ask, ‘Why?’ An Inquiry Concerning Scientific Explanation." Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association 51: 683&endash;705.

_____. 1980. "Probabilistic Causality." Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 61: 50&endash;74.

_____. 1985. Scientific Explanation and the Causal Structure of the World. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

_____. 1994. "Causality without Counterfactuals." Philosophy of Science 61: 297&endash;312.

Salmon, Wesley, ed. Statistical Explanation and Statistical Relevance. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1971.

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_____. 1984. "The Direction of Causation and the Direction of Time." Midwest Studies in Philosophy 9: 53&endash;75.

_____. 1985. "Causal Dependence and Multiplicity." Philosophy 60: 215&endash;30.

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_____. Models of Discovery and Other Topics in the Methods of Science. Dordrecht: Reidel, 1977.

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Skyrms, Brian. 1980. Causal Necessity: A Pragmatic Investigation of the Necessity of Laws. New Haven: Yale University Press.

_____. 1984. "EPR: Lessons for Metaphysics." Midwest Studies in Philosophy 9: 245&endash;55.

Sober, Eliott. 1985. "Two Concepts of Cause." In Peter Asquith and Philip Kitcher, eds. PSA 1984, vol. 2. East Lansing: Philosophy of Science Association, pp. 405&endash;24.

_____. 1986. "Causal Factors, Causal Inference, Causal Explanation." Aristotelian Society Supplementary Volume 50: 97&endash;113.

_____. 1987. "Discussion: Parsimony, Likelihood, and the Principle of the Common Cause." Philosophy of Science 54: 465&endash;9.

_____. 1988. "The Principle of the Common Cause." In Fetzer, James, ed. 1988. Probability and Causality: Essays in Honor of Wesley Salmon. Dordrecht: Reidel, pp. 211&endash;28.

Sober, Elliott and Martin Barrett. 1992. "Conjunctive Forks and Temporally Asymmetric Inference." Australasian Journal of Philosophy 70: 1&endash;23.

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_____. 1983b. "Probabilistic Causality: from Hume via Suppes to Granger." In M. Galvotti and G. Gambetta, eds. Causalit· e Modelli Probabilistici. Bologna: Clueb, pp. 69&endash;87.

_____. 1990. "Direct and Indirect Causes." Topoi 9: 125&endash;45.

_____. 1991. "A Reason for Explanation: Explanations Provide Stable Reasons." In Wolfgang Spohn, et al. eds. Existence and Explanation. Dordrecht: Kluwer Publishing, pp. 165&endash;96.

_____. 1994. "On Reichenbach’s Principle of the Common Cause." In Salmon, W. and G. Wolters, eds. Logic, Language, and the Structure of Scientific Theories. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, pp. 215&endash;39.

Stegmueller, W. 1973. Personnelle und Statistische Wahrscheinlichkeit. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

Suppes, Patrick. 1970. A Probabilistic Theory of Causality. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

_____. 1984. "Conflicting Intuitions about Causality." Midwest Studies in Philosophy 9: 151&endash;68.

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_____. 1966. Action and Purpose. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

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Thomson, Judith. 1977. Acts and Other Events. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

_____. 1985. "Causal Priority: A Comment." Nos 19: 249&endash;53.

Van Fraassen, Bas. 1980. The Scientific Image. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

_____. 1982. "The Charybdis of Realism: Epistemological Implications of Bell’s Inequality." Synthese 52: 25&endash;38.

Van Inwagen, Peter, ed. 1980. Time and Cause. Dordrecht: Reidel.

Verma, Thomas. 1992. "Graphical Aspects of Causal Models." Dissertation, University of California at Los Angeles.

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