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Causality - Wikipedia

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Causality is the agency or efficacy that connects one process (the cause) with another process or state (the effect), where the first is understood to be partly responsible for the second, and the s...

Establishing Cause and Effect - Scientific Causality - Explorable.com

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However, as they pointed out, you cannot simply say that age causes the effect of making people into better students. Such a simplistic assumption is called a ...

Cause and Effect - Av8n.com

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To a first approximation, in simple cases we can say the following: A statement ... hypothesis: it says you cannot remove the effect without removing the cause.

Chapter Seven: Cause and Effect Reasoning - PowerScore

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In short, causality occurs when one event is said to make another occur. The cause is the ... The following terms often introduce a cause and effect relationship : ..... we cannot draw any conclusions, but the author makes the classic GMAT error.

(7) THE LAW OF CAUSE AND EFFECT - Jodo Shinshu Shinrankai

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Following the law of cause and effect, Buddhism teaches that something is ... Some people say, "this happened by accident," or "that was an unexpected event ," ... The fact that they cannot find the cause does not mean that there is no cause to ...

Fallacy: Confusing Cause and Effect - Nizkor

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Confusing Cause and Effect is a fallacy that has the following general form: ... if A occurs after B, then A cannot be the cause of B. However, these methods go ...

Hume, David: Causation | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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Of two events, A and B, we say that A causes B when the two always occur together, that is, are constantly conjoined. ... The relation of cause and effect is pivotal in reasoning, which Hume defines .... He defines “cause” in the following two ways: .... Since the Problem of Induction demands that causal connections cannot be ...

Causality and Causation -- the Fundamental Fact Plainly ... - UCL

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Causality is the relation between cause and effect, and causation either the causing ... that one I now call yesterday, and a following period of darkness, last night. ..... causes cannot be said to be in a certain logical connection with their effects: ...

Hume on causation

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So how do we arrive at knowledge of causes and effects? ... Hume's argument is not just that we cannot gain knowledge of what causes what on the basis of ...

The Existence of God—Cause & Effect - Apologetics Press

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existence of God has been the cosmological (cause and effect) argument, which addresses the ... If a thing cannot create itself, then it is said to be. “contingent” because it ... It is meaningless to speak of a cause following an ef- fect, or an effect ...