The Ockham Society (Wednesday - Week 8, HT21)
Halpern and Hitchcock have recently proffered an account of graded and comparative actual causation based on typicality and normality considerations (BJPS 66-2:413-457). In my talk, I critically evaluate HH’s proposal and present four (families of) cases where it fails to provide plausible analysis. I close by suggesting some options for HH.
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Ockham Society Convenor: Steven Diggin | Ockham Society Webpage