Causality and Modern Science por Mario Bunge

August 19, 2019

Causality and Modern Science por Mario Bunge

Titulo del libro: Causality and Modern Science

Autor: Mario Bunge

Fecha de lanzamiento: November 2, 2011

Número de páginas: 448 páginas

ISBN: 0486237281

Editor: Dover Publications

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"I regard it as a truly seminal work in this field." — Professor William A. Wallace, author of Causality and Scientific Explanation

This third edition of a distinguished book on the subject of causality is clear evidence that this principle continues to be an important area of philosophic enquiry.
Non-technical and clearly written, this book focuses on the ontological problem of causality, with specific emphasis on the place of the causal principle in modern science. The author first defines the terminology employed and describes various formulations on the causal principle. He then examines the two primary critiques of causality, the empiricist and the romantic, as a prelude to the detailed explanation of the actual assertions of causal determination. Finally, Dr. Bunge analyzes the function of the causal principle in science, touching on such subjects as scientific law, scientific explanation, and scientific prediction. Included, also, is an appendix that offers specific replies to questions and criticisms raised upon the publication of the first edition.
Now professor of philosophy and head of the Foundation and Philosophy of Science Unit at McGill University in Montreal, Dr. Mario Bunge has formerly been a full professor of theoretical physics. His observations on causality are of great interest to both scientists and humanists, as well as the general scientific and philosophic reader.