Investigating Questions about Causes...
- David Hume
This site features a brief but detailed account of the philosophy of David Hume, including his position regarding the possibility of knowing with certainty the relationship between what we call "causes" and what we call "effects," from the e-text of Alfred Weber's 1908 History of Philosophy.
- Causality in Indian Philosophy
This page presents concise accounts of the three different approaches to causality found in Indian philosophy, which include substantial differences from Western notions of causality.
- Causality after Einstein
This essay by Gerald Holton recounts Einstein's objections to some consequences of quantum mechanics, which "because it relaxed the requirements in physics of strict causality and of energy and momentum conservation, Einstein wrote to Max Born that if this kind of science would persevere, 'I would rather be a shoemaker or employee in a gambling casino than a physicist.'"