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Corresponding Regressions, Procedural Evidence, and the Dialectics of Substantive Theory, Metaphysics, and Methodology
William V. Chambers
The Journal of Mind and Behavior
Vol. 12, No. 1 (Winter 1991), pp. 83-92
Published by: Institute of Mind and Behavior, Inc.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43853513
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A defense of the method of corresponding regressions was presented. The confounding of formal cause metaphysics with efficient cause methodology was discussed and a rationale for a formal cause methodology was presented. Time-series simulations were used to illustrate the primacy of structural tautologies over temporal transformations. Conclusions supported the use of corresponding regressions as a means of inferring formal causality.
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