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Two definitions of ‘cause,’ Newton, and the significance of the Humean distinction between natural and philosophical relations

Eric Schliesser (UGent)
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Hume, Causation, Newton

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Schliesser, Eric. 2007. “Two Definitions of ‘Cause,’ Newton, and the Significance of the Humean Distinction Between Natural and Philosophical Relations.” The Journal of Scottish Philosophy 5 (1): 83–101.
APA
Schliesser, E. (2007). Two definitions of “cause,” Newton, and the significance of the Humean distinction between natural and philosophical relations. THE JOURNAL OF SCOTTISH PHILOSOPHY, 5(1), 83–101.
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Schliesser E. Two definitions of “cause,” Newton, and the significance of the Humean distinction between natural and philosophical relations. THE JOURNAL OF SCOTTISH PHILOSOPHY. 2007;5(1):83–101.
MLA
Schliesser, Eric. “Two Definitions of ‘Cause,’ Newton, and the Significance of the Humean Distinction Between Natural and Philosophical Relations.” THE JOURNAL OF SCOTTISH PHILOSOPHY 5.1 (2007): 83–101. Print.
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  language     = {eng},
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  title        = {Two definitions of {\textquoteleft}cause,{\textquoteright} Newton, and the significance of the Humean distinction between natural and philosophical relations},
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