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causality
American English: /kɔˈzælədi/
British English: /kɔːˈzalɪti/

Translation of causality in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • To deny causality is to deny divine wisdom, for causality is a necessary relation.
    • I also point out the difference between causality and correlation.
    • Note, however, that such a correlation does not indicate which is the relation of causality between the two variables.
    Example sentences
    • Another reason for Russell's reversion to realism was his recognition that the notion of causality is problematic for phenomenalism.
    • It is not surprising that much of the argument of the Analytic concerns the ideas of substance and causality, as Kant wished us to understand them.
    • Another of his interests was natural philosophy, in particular he was interested in determinism and chance, causality and indeterminacy.

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