causality definition

  • noun:
    • The concept of or relationship between cause-and-effect.
    • A causal company, power, or quality.
    • The agency of an underlying cause; the activity or power of an underlying cause, in making its effect.
    • The agency of a reason; the action or power of a reason, in creating its result.
    • The professors of tracing results for their causes.
    • That which comprises a cause; the game of causing; the type of a meeting as causing.
    • The connection of cause to effect, or of result resulting in; the law or concept that absolutely nothing can occur or come right into existence without a cause. See law of causation, under causation.
    • In phrenology, the professors, localized in an organ or unit of this mind, that is attributed the tracing of effects to their factors.
    • the connection between factors and impacts

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