With David Hume's profound philosophical doubts on causation as the background, this book attempts to answer many difficult questions raised. S.K. Leung ridicules Spinoza's ideas of causation in the form of "Given a cause, its effect will follow of necessity". The question of whether causation is merely a constant conjunction is transformed into questions of understanding events and its pre-conditions.
|Author:||S. K. Leung|
|Publication Date:||1st January 2001|
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