|The significance of ’ceteris paribus’ hedges in causal hypotheses|
Michael Strevens (New York University)
18 mai 2010
An investigation of the significance of the words “ceteris paribus” attached to a causal hypothesis suggests a theory of the meaning of causal generalizations on which causal facts unknown to the framer of a hypothesis in part determine the hypothesis’s meaning.
|Michael Strevens (New York University)|