IMG_0003_NEW_0025 - PlUL for a causal argument. Sim ple...

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Unformatted text preview: PlUL for a causal argument. Sim ple (soon-to-be-rejected) Causal Argument Even making this valid won't helP: The problem (obviously) is F'prm;,4 4^ There ar. {orr,r tnlriLlp explanations for a f -tn'(ndo4:-lf A is positively correlated with B lin p]' then,: [assuming "in p" throughout] (i) b cou/46 A (ii) tuo1'jhl sbe. tc) (iii) 11s Filhttq ts (iv) A ctur*t B CI^i4'94 2. C cau'ses E irlf. (1) hrtlNrA-ith E in P. causes E in P. (t,> ) @ aald,e4rtu,{ l101OOlreek11#2part @...
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2011 for the course PHIL 1 taught by Professor Jillianmcdonald during the Fall '10 term at Simon Fraser.

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