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2. Causation in History: Chaos, Free Will and Determinism

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A. Starter Activity: Some Quotes to Think About

B. Introduction: Why do we ask Why?

C. The Case of Billy Elliot: The Challenge of Pinning Down Causes

D. The Approach of Historians to the Issue of Causation

E. The Approach of Philosophers to the Issue of Causation

F. A Practical Approach to Causation - Introduction

G. A Practical Approach to Causation - Categorising Factors

H. A Practical Approach to Causation - Linking Factors

I. Conclusion: Some Closing Thoughts


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