The Tetrad Project
Questions about causality have long concerned philosophers. These questions have included: What is a causal relation? Can it be reduced to some other, more primitive kind of relation? What types of causal relations are there? Does it make sense for a later event to cause an earlier event? Does every event have a cause? Is the world deterministic?
KeywordsStructural Equation Model Directed Graph Causal Relation Causal Model Causal Structure
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