Definition of acausal in English:

acausal

Line breaks: acaus¦al
Pronunciation: /eɪˈkɔːz(ə)l
 
, a-/

adjective

Not governed or operating by the laws of cause and effect.
More example sentences
  • But if the recurrence time of each time-path were immensely longer than the present age of the expanding universe then we would have yet to experience these strange acausal effects.
  • It's an attitude that's rife in magic because of its acausal nature (cause and effect can't be empirically linked).
  • With the exception of politically influenced modern Chinese works, acupuncture and East Asian traditional medicine are founded on a non-reductionist, non-dualist, acausal paradigm.

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