Notes on Lewis, 'Causation'
Funkhouser (Eric)
Source: Funkhouser (Eric) - Metaphysics, Spring 2014
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    ”Describe Lewis’s counterfactual theory of causation1. Discuss a normal case of causation2, and explain Lewis’s procedure for evaluating the relevant counterfactual. Next explain, by discussing a different example, how Lewis uses his counterfactual theory to handle cases of epiphenomenalism that, he thinks, pose problems for the regularity theorist.”


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