Comments on Allison Kuklok's paper "The Status of Mechanism in Hume's Account of Causal Power"
Slavov, M. (2015). Comments on Allison Kuklok's paper "The Status of Mechanism in Hume's Account of Causal Power". In Proceedings of 42nd Hume Society Conference (pp. 321-326). Hume Society.
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