causation

[ kaw-zey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF causation

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Yet even the Will of Omnipotence is subject to the despotism of causation.

The chain of causation which ends with suffering begins with ignorance.

To understand them they must be studied in connection and causation.

Turgot had declared that one age is bound to another by a chain of causation.

Comte; we are now chiefly concerned with his denial of all causation.

Their relation is that of mere coincidence or concomitance, and not causation.

Human pride seeks for its causation without rather than within.

Of the three relations above-mentioned this of causation is the most extensive.

In causing this mistake there concur both the relations of causation and resemblance.

These three relations are identity, the situations in time and place, and causation.

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