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Because nothing, not even information, can travel faster than light, the edge of this circle is a hard boundary on the causal influence of the original event.

The AI community is realizing how important causal reasoning could be for machine learning and are scrambling to find ways to bolt it on.

A team led by David Lyons, a behavioral neuroscientist at Stanford University, reported causal evidence last November in Scientific Reports.

A direct causal relationship between the coronavirus crisis and piracy is yet to be established.

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Its performance is unreliable, causal understanding is shaky, and incoherence is a constant companion.

The connection between acts of “coming out” and the cultural acceptance of LGBT people has always been a causal one.

"The causal effects estimated in Meier et al. are likely to be overestimates and the true effect could be zero," Rogeberg wrote.

But the electioneering insinuations are a quick and dirty causal leap.

But as Justice Ginsberg pointed out in dissent, their causal nexus is so thin as to be basically nonexistent.

It is also important to contextualize how many cases of autism could be accounted for if a causal link to SSRI proved true.

As causes precede effects, the causal order and the time order generally coincide.

The empirical law derives whatever truth it has, from the causal laws of which it is a consequence.

The really scientific truths, then, are not these empirical laws, but the causal laws which explain them.

The dualism is not primarily as to the stuff of the world, but as to causal laws.

The first act is thus for us, the thinkers, not a part of the causal events, but a purposive intention towards an ideal.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to causal, such as: creative, imaginative, innovative, inventive, seminal, and unconventional.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.