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"Causality plays an important role in many fields, from engineering to medicine to artificial intelligence. Glenn Shafer has written an important,
scholarly study of causality. He starts with a novel foundation for probability that is mathematically and philosophically solid, uses it to distinguish carefully between notions of causality—all of which have played an important role in the literature—and shows how each can be discovered from evidence. This is a book that will be of interest to those interested in foundational questions of statistics and philosophy, as well as in practical applications of causality."
Joseph Y. Halpern, Professor, Computer Science Department, Cornell
The MIT Press