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Physical Causal Knowledge : a user's manual : revisiting the debate about causation in physics from a use-perspective

Inge De Bal (UGent)
(2017)
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De Bal, Inge. Physical Causal Knowledge : A User’s Manual : Revisiting the Debate about Causation in Physics from a Use-Perspective. 2017.
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De Bal, I. (2017). Physical Causal Knowledge : a user’s manual : revisiting the debate about causation in physics from a use-perspective.
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De Bal, Inge. 2017. “Physical Causal Knowledge : A User’s Manual : Revisiting the Debate about Causation in Physics from a Use-Perspective.”
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De Bal, Inge. 2017. “Physical Causal Knowledge : A User’s Manual : Revisiting the Debate about Causation in Physics from a Use-Perspective.”
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De Bal I. Physical Causal Knowledge : a user’s manual : revisiting the debate about causation in physics from a use-perspective. 2017.
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I. De Bal, “Physical Causal Knowledge : a user’s manual : revisiting the debate about causation in physics from a use-perspective,” 2017.
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