Translation of causality in Spanish:

causality

causalidad, n.

Pronunciation /kɔːˈzalɪti//kɔˈzælədi/

noun

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    causalidad feminine
    • To illustrate this point, he looks first in his essay at how the modern understanding of causality differs from that of the ancients.
    • To deny causality is to deny divine wisdom, for causality is a necessary relation.
    • Some commentators, most notably Winkler, suppose that Berkeley retains this view of causality in the published works.
    • The ongoing debate boils down to a question of correlation versus causality.
    • The trial narrative also tries to give an appearance of causality, significance, order, and closure.
    • I also point out the difference between causality and correlation.
    • The experimental framework is grounded in varying conditions and in using different treatments to assess causality.
    • A brief footnote in one of Leslie's writings endorses what purports to be Hume's view of causality.
    • However, it should be noted that these data are correlational, thus causality cannot be assumed.
    • Superstition is merely the confusion of correlation and causality.
    • Constructivists, as a rule, cannot subscribe to positivist conceptions of causality.
    • Doesn't this seem to you to be a classic instance of correlation being confused with causality?
    • The subject of labour relations causality is a fascinating field of study for persons interested in the complexities of modern societal phenomena.
    • Another of his interests was natural philosophy, in particular he was interested in determinism and chance, causality and indeterminacy.
    • One of the most modern conceptions of causality is the so-called probabilistic one.
    • The concept of causality is constitutive of objective empirical knowledge; the concept of purpose is not.
    • How is the causality of the natural world reconcilable with what Kant calls ‘the causality of freedom’?
    • The removal experiment confirmed the causality in this relationship between female presence and hatching success.
    • Because other primates do not understand intentionality or causality they do not engage in cultural learning of this type.
    • We have no evidence that treatment options must correspond with theories of causality.
    • But is the link between knowledge and economic structure really one of causality?
    • But if limits of the right sort persist, I see no reason that explanatory theories invoking the concept of agent causality should not be adopted.
    • Certain male commenters on feminist blogs like to imply that we just don't get the distinction between correlation and causality.
    • 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.
    • Such interconnection is traditionally asserted in the principle of causality or natural law.
    • Note, however, that such a correlation does not indicate which is the relation of causality between the two variables.
    • The second key point about social interaction capacity takes the form of a question about causality and connectivity.
    • The design of this study was descriptive, and a descriptive study cannot produce valid interpretations of causality.
    • It underlies certain intuitions that we have about causality, morality, and personal identity.
    • Rather it is the social milieu of the physicists of the Weimar period with its Spenglerian hostility to science and causality that is the cause of their beliefs.
    • Eliot's use of liability both binds a social group through a common concern about producing harm and yokes causality to morality.
    • One has to remember that causality as such is an everyday notion that has no natural application in physics.
    • I suspect that the universe is deterministic and based upon a set of first principles that are probably not comprehensible to any sort of being that is bound to causality.
    • Differential equations describe the relationship of causality.
    • Furthermore, belief in an eternal universe breaks the principle of causality.
    • All human beings live out their lives in a universe of order and disorder, causality and contingency, regularity and chance.
    • This being said, we can begin with Hume's actual description of causality.
    • Another reason for Russell's reversion to realism was his recognition that the notion of causality is problematic for phenomenalism.