Judea Pearl


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The Book of Why: The New Sc...

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Causality: Models, Reasonin...

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I am Jewish: Personal Refle...

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Probabilistic Reasoning in ...

4.25 avg rating — 52 ratings — published 1988 — 4 editions
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Causal Inference in Statist...

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Heuristics: Intelligent Sea...

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An Introduction to Causal I...

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Search and Heuristics

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Readings in Uncertain Reaso...

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“while probabilities encode our beliefs about a static world, causality tells us whether and how probabilities change when the world changes, be it by intervention or by act of imagination.”
Judea Pearl, The Book of Why: The New Science of Cause and Effect

“Data can tell you that the people who took a medicine recovered faster than those who did not take it, but they can’t tell you why. Maybe those who took the medicine did so because they could afford it and would have recovered just as fast without it.”
Judea Pearl, The Book of Why: The New Science of Cause and Effect

“Despite heroic efforts by the geneticist Sewall Wright (1889–1988), causal vocabulary was virtually prohibited for more than half a century. And when you prohibit speech, you prohibit thought and stifle principles, methods, and tools.”
Judea Pearl, The Book of Why: The New Science of Cause and Effect



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