Definitions for "Causality"
The agency of a cause; the action or power of a cause, in producing its effect.
The faculty of tracing effects to their causes.
The link between causes and their effects. For example, smoking (the cause) leads to lung cancer (the effect), and studying how often this happens and why would be studying causality. In most research about how people behave, causality can’t be proven, and ideas are tested by whether things (“variables,” amounts) change together.
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Lipophilic Seroconversion
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Inguinal Prophylaxis
Inflammation Rheumatology
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Lethal Pulmonary
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Inhalation Stomach
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The correlation between action and reaction.
The principle that every change implies the operation of a cause.
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The act of one thing actively causing another.