INDEX
Albertini, Luigi160-1
Antholis, William72-3, 111 n. 27
Arab-Israeli Wars 156
arms race 89-100, 112, 130
Axelrod, Robert51, 166
background 141, 143, 154-7, 190, 192-3, 195-6, 197-8, 205, 206
Barthes, Roland145
Bell, P. M. H.156, 183, 197
belligerent intent, acts with 173, 174-7, 191-2, 196, 209
Blainey, Geoffrey163, 177
Blanning, T. C. W.155-6, 157
Bueno de Mesquita, Bruce74-7, 202
Bull, Hedley v, 49 n. 2, 50, 51
Bullock, Alan183, 186, 188
Buzan, Barry20, 51 n. 3
Carr, E. H.143
Carroll, Berenice9
causal overdetermination 129-31, 163, 195
causal statements, singular 118-35, 150, 204
and explanation 124-5
laws as evidence for 121-3
laws implicit in 119-21, 123, 126-7
Mackie, J. L. on 128-34
regularity theory of the meaning of 119-21, 124, 128 n. 6, 134, 150, 204
causal weighting 14: 140, 163-4
causation 114-52, 166-7
as explanatory relation 134-8
Hempel, Carl on 116-28, 134
Hobbes, Thomas on 134-5
Hume, David on 128
and manipulability 132-4
vs pressing/pushing 166-7
Scriven, Michael on 135
as unobservable 166-8
Veyne, Paul on historical 142-3
cause(s):
conventionality of 149
as explanatory 134, 135, 136-7, 139-40, 204
and guilt 209
the important cause 140, 204
as initial conditions 117
Kneale, William on 135
as a necessary condition 128-34, 204
purpose of identifying 131-2
vs. reasons 126-8, 135
Chan, Steven88
chance coincidences 143, 144, 158-64, 165, 190, 193, 195-6, 197, 198, 205, 206
Cod War 105-6
collateral effects 106-7, 125, 132-4
Collingwood, R. G. vii, 147
contributory negligence:
acts of 173, 177-9, 180, 188, 189, 191, 192, 196, 209
in civil law and criminal law 189
correlates of war/peace 35, 80-113
Correlates of War Project 70, 103
criminal-law thinking 189
Danchev, Alex24, 189
Danto, Arthur142, 144
Diehl, Paul95-9
domestic analogy 50, 67 see also criminal-law thinking
domestic instability 85-9
Doyle, Michael70-3, 81, 101-10
Dray, W. H. vi, vii, 141, 149, 154, 187
early warning indicators of war 3-4, 89-100, 203
English School of International Relations 50, 51 n. 3
expected utility 59, 74-7
explanation 116-28, 134-8, 149, 150, 194, 204
causal explanation and laws 116-28, 137-8
causation as 134-8
conventionality of 149
covering-law theory/model of 117-18, 123-5, 127-8, 134, 135-6, 150, 194, 204
Hempel, Carl on causal 116-28

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  • Title Page iii
  • PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS v
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Questions 11
  • 2 - Prerequisites 43
  • Conclusion 77
  • 3 - Correlates 80
  • Conclusion 112
  • 4 - Causation 114
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  • 5 - Origins 153
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