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**Causality **is the ntuitive notion that some events happening "result" in other events happening. What's going on with that? What does it mean for A to cause B? How do we figure out the causal relationship between things?

~~Free will~~~~Teleology~~~~Beliefs require observations~~Judea Pearls's works:*Causality: Models Reasoning, and Inference*[1]*,*Book of Why, A Primer on Causality

- Judea Pearl (2000).
. Cambridge University Press.__Causality: Models, Reasoning, and Inference__

- Philip Dawid's explication of Pearl's model, and two ways of thinking about nonrandom sampling by Philip Dawid and Andrew Gelman - Causal inference as "the task of using data collected under one regime to infer about the properties of another".
- Resolving disputes between J. Pearl and D. Rubin on causal inference and More on Pearl's and Rubin's frameworks for causal inference by Andrew Gelman
- If correlation doesn't imply causation, then what does? by Michael Nielsen
- Correlation is Evidence of Causation by Kim Øyhus

- Philip Dawid's explication of Pearl's model, and two ways of thinking about nonrandom sampling by Philip Dawid and Andrew Gelman - Causal inference as "the task of using data collected under one regime to infer about the properties of another".
- Resolving disputes between J. Pearl and D. Rubin on causal inference and More on Pearl's and Rubin's frameworks for causal inference by Andrew Gelman
- If correlation doesn't imply causation, then what does? by Michael Nielsen

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