Philosophical Studies

, Volume 123, Issue 1–2, pp 71–96 | Cite as

Causes As Difference-Makers

  • Carolina Sartorio


Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.


  1. Feinberg, J. 1970Sua Culpa, in Doing and Deserving Essays in the Theory of ResponsibilityPrinceton U.PPrinceton187221Google Scholar
  2. Hall, N. 2000Causation and the Price of TransitivityJournal of Philosophy97198222Google Scholar
  3. Hitchcock, C. 2001The Intransitivity of Causation Revealed in Equations and GraphsJournal of Philosophy98273299Google Scholar
  4. Lewis, D. 1986Causation, reprinted in Philosophical Papers Vol. II.Oxford U.P.New York159213Google Scholar
  5. Lewis, D. 1986Counterfactual Dependence and Times Arrow, reprinted in Philosophical Papers Vol.II.Oxford U.P.New York3266Google Scholar
  6. Lewis, D. 2000Causation as InfluenceJournal of Philosophy97182197Google Scholar
  7. Mackie J. (1993): Causes and Conditions, reprinted in E. Sosa and M. Tooley (eds.), Causation (pp. 33–55), New York: Oxford U.P.Google Scholar
  8. McDermott, M. 1995Redundant CausationBritish Journal for the Philosophy of Science46523544Google Scholar
  9. Nagel, T. 1979Mortal QuestionsCambridge U.P.New YorkGoogle Scholar
  10. Paul, L. 2000Aspect CausationJournal of Philosophy97235256Google Scholar
  11. Rowe, W. 1989Causing and Being Responsible for What is InevitableAmerican Philosophical Quarterly26153159Google Scholar
  12. Williams, B. 1981Moral LuckCambridge U.P.CambridgeGoogle Scholar
  13. Yablo, S. 2002De Facto DependenceJournal of Philosophy99130148Google Scholar
  14. Yablo S. (2004). Advertisement for a Sketch of an Outline of a Proto-Theory of Causation. In: Collins J., Hall N., Paul L. (eds), Causation and Conditionals. M.I.T. Press, CambridgeGoogle Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer 2005

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of PhilosophyUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonMadison

Personalised recommendations