|Why think causally?|
Michael Strevens (New York University)
4 mai 2010
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What advantage is there, in everyday cognition, to thinking of the world causally? Even if the world is causally ordered in some objective sense, why devote cognitive resources to representing this order rather than representing, say, only statistical regularities?
|Michael Strevens (New York University)|