Causality, The Structure Of Cause, And Spatial Cusation

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Causality is the structure of cause and effect, the relationship completely. For A must come before B, A being the cause and B the effect. This is one of the necessary conditions that need to be met, for causation to be applicable. At least three, need to be met altogether, such as temporal priority over cause and effect, and continuity. These conditions also have to happen at the same time, or it is not credible. David Hume has many theories towards causation, and looks for concrete causes and universal causes, with two kinds of effects, lawful and random events. Everything is made of a lawful element, and random elements.
A natural cause effect is relations in a biological system and one is not often interested in the effect of the distresses that will alter the overall dynamics (Chicharro, Daniel). Temporal and Spatial contingency are extreme factors of causation. A rock hitting a window and the window breaking has a cause and effect, but there are also conditions that need to be met. Whether or not the rock was thrown, if it was thrown hard enough to even break the window, was the window weak enough to break just by
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If you are walking and you hear a sound , that you think is coming from your shoe while you walk, naturally you move your foot to see if it makes the same sound, for every time the cause happened the effect also has to happen this means they are constantly conjoined. But if we say something is constantly conjoined then they are constantly connected. Overall everything must have a cause and an effect, however there is an uncaused cause. Which one may think is because of God. This is a factor of infinite regress, the major question of “why?” What caused God? Every effect is a cause of another effect, which evolves from a cause, if the cause is not there than it was actually caused by God himself.

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