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3 Laws of Causation

1. Effect cannot be without a cause

2. Effects are the cause in different forms.

3. From the effect if the cause is removed nothing remains.

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  • 19 months ago

    SquareDealer

    I had posted a comment here, but I now that I've seen your thread topic "Everything", I think it better to post my comment there.

  • 20 months ago

    mashi_

    Cause's and effect's in nature.

  • 20 months ago

    thetoad1

    The basic idea of counterfactual theories of causation is that the meaning of causal claims can be explained in terms of counterfactual conditionals of the form “If A had not occurred, C would not have occurred”. While counterfactual analyses have been given of type-causal concepts, most counterfactual analyses have focused on singular causal or token-causal claims of the form “event c caused event e”. Analyses of token-causation have become popular in the last thirty years, especially since the development in the 1970's of possible world semantics for counterfactuals. The best known counterfactual analysis of causation is David Lewis's (1973b) theory. However, intense discussion over thirty years has cast doubt on the adequacy of any simple analysis of singular causation in terms of counterfactuals. Recent years have seen a proliferation of different refinements of the basic idea to achieve a closer match with commonsense judgements about causation. Which specific cause and effect in relation to an object are you referring to???

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