Nancy Cartwright
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How the laws of physics lie
N Cartwright, E McMullin
American Journal of Physics 52 (5), 474-476, 1984
51541984
The dappled world: A study of the boundaries of science
N Cartwright
Cambridge University Press, 1999
30221999
Nature's Capacities and their Measurement
N Cartwright
OUP Catalogue, 1994
23561994
Evidence-based policy: A practical guide to doing it better
N Cartwright, J Hardie
Oxford University Press, 2012
8922012
Understanding and misunderstanding randomized controlled trials
A Deaton, N Cartwright
Social Science & Medicine 210, 2-21, 2018
8792018
Hunting causes and using them: Approaches in philosophy and economics
N Cartwright
Cambridge University Press, 2007
7562007
The large, the small and the human mind
R Penrose, A Shimony, N Cartwright, S Hawking
Cambridge University Press, 2000
7082000
Causal laws and effective strategies
N Cartwright
Noűs, 419-437, 1979
7001979
Are RCTs the gold standard?
N Cartwright
BioSocieties 2 (1), 11-20, 2007
6532007
Otto Neurath: Philosophy between science and politics
N Cartwright, J Cat, L Fleck, TE Uebel
Cambridge University Press, 2008
4302008
Causation: One word, many things
N Cartwright
Philosophy of Science 71 (5), 805-819, 2004
2602004
The tool box of science: Tools for the building of models with a superconductivity example
N Cartwright, T Shomar, M Suárez
2111995
What are randomised controlled trials good for?
N Cartwright
Philosophical studies 147 (1), 59, 2010
2042010
A philosopher's view of the long road from RCTs to effectiveness
N Cartwright
The Lancet 377 (9775), 1400-1401, 2011
1922011
The limitations of randomized controlled trials in predicting effectiveness
N Cartwright, E Munro
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 16 (2), 260-266, 2010
1822010
Fundamentalism vs. the Patchwork of Laws
N Cartwright
Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 94, 279-292, 1994
1741994
Against modularity, the causal Markov condition, and any link between the two: Comments on Hausman and Woodward
N Cartwright
The British journal for the philosophy of science 53 (3), 411-453, 2002
1482002
If no capacities then no credible worlds. But can models reveal capacities?
N Cartwright
Erkenntnis 70 (1), 45-58, 2009
1362009
A non-negative Wigner-type distribution
ND Cartwright
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 83 (1), 210-212, 1976
1361976
What is wrong with Bayes nets?
N Cartwright
The monist 84 (2), 242-264, 2001
1322001
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