The Disruption Principle
This chapter presents the disruption principle, which links mechanisms, identified with causal structure as explained in the previous chapter, to the probabilistic concept of causal relevance. The disruption principle is illustrated by a case study from HIV research, and the motivation for accepting it and possible situations in which it can fail are explored.
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