causality causality  /ˌkɔ ˈzɑ lɪ ti/


  • (n) the relation between causes and effects


  1. Critics were quick to ask how the researchers could impute causality when no actual TV watching was ever measured.
  2. His prose and photos implies a causality that isn't reality.
  3. We aren't very good at judging risk, assessing causality and avoiding temptation, he learns.


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  1. "Our work shows a strong correlation between GDP per capita and the gender gap scores. While this does not imply causality, the possible theoretical underpinnings of this link are quite simple: countries that do not fully capitalize effectively on...
    on Nov 21, 2006 By: Laura Tyson Source: Payvand

  2. Sergei Kopeikin, associate professor of physics and astronomy in the College of Arts and Science, believes that his latest article, "Gravimagnetism, causality, and aberration of gravity in the gravitational light-ray deflection experiments"...
    on Oct 3, 2007 By: Sergei Kopeikin Source: Science Daily (press release)

  3. Gove said: "Part of the problem with the way the history curriculum has developed is that it doesn't give people a proper understanding of how this country has developed. I don't think there has been such an emphasis on narrative and causality...
    on May 8, 2008 By: Michael Gove Source:

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