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causal

Philosophy (of a theory) explaining a phenomenon or analysing a concept in terms of some causal relation
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Importantly, neither of the killings in these two outcomes is causally upstream of the other.
From a Causal point of view, the Information structure are carrying on other quantitative attributes Causally easy to be assessed as Information Accessibility and Addressability.
As such, they face the challenge of the "exclusion problem" of mental causation, namely the problem that since in a physicalist framework it's physical properties that are responsible for the causal role of mental states, mental properties cannot be causally efficacious in the production of behavior and other mental states.
Reinhart said that they wanted to test the actual function of these brainwaves and wanted to reach into the brain and causally control the inner critic.
While smoking rates have dropped precipitously since the landmark 1964 Surgeon General's report, "Smoking and Health," the habit is still the leading cause of preventable disease and death in the United States and is now causally linked to diseases and conditions across most organ systems.
While smoking rates have dropped precipitously since the 1964 Surgeon General's report, "Smoking and Health," smoking is still the leading cause of preventable disease and death in the United States and is now causally linked to additional diseases and conditions across most organ systems.
Cedars-Sinai said a subset of IBS cases appear to be causally initiated by one or more encounters with acute infectious gastroenteritis, such as the foodborne illness, Campylobacter jejuni.
Reports suggest that the two of them are causally hooking up and it is just a fling.
Rewritten and updated, this edition has 12 new plates, removes others, and includes new topics such as genetic signaling pathways involved in genetic disorders; DNA repair systems; genomic disorders and genome-wide association studies; cancer genomes; genetic disorders of fibroblast growth factors receptors; epigenetic changes in specific disorders; ciliopathies, neurocristopathies, and other groups of causally related disorders; and an illustrated outline of human evolution.
Events and objects that were, or will be, located at other times are things to which we, at this time, are, or will be, causally connected.
There is a connection between what thoughts we are able to express and the things with which we are causally related.
Although dogs typically do not get atherosclerotic vascular lesions like humans, high serum lipid levels may be causally associated with pancreatitis, especially in the Miniature Schnauzer.