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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcausalitycau‧sal‧i‧ty /kɔːˈzæləti $ kɒː-/ noun [uncountable]  formalCAUSE the relationship between a cause and the effect that it has
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causalityWhile this does not necessarily imply causality, it does suggest that the climate was compatible with public acceptance.Improved concepts of causality, space, time, and speed evolve.Disentangling all the connective strands and lines of causality is a task beyond our scope.They do not share our sense of causality, and so tend to view events as discrete and unrelated.Piaget suggested that, in performing actions, the child has first-hand experiences of the relations implicit in physical causality.Explanations with physical content draw on the laws of physical causality.
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