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Definition of Causal

Causal

  1. Relating to a cause or causes; inplying or containing a cause or causes; expressing a cause; causative.
  2. A causal word or form of speech.

Causal Quotations

History creates comprehensibility primarily by arranging facts meaningfully and only in a very limited sense by establishing strict causal connections.
Johan Huizinga

When your mind is fully withdrawn in superconsciousness, it becomes centered in the bliss of the spine. You are then in your ideational, or causal, body. That is the level of the soul.
Paramahansa Yogananda

I and others were mistaken early on in saying that the subprime crisis would be contained. The causal relationship between the housing problem and the broad financial system was very complex and difficult to predict.
Ben Bernanke

From this time on, the universe is built up into an aggregate of permanent objects connected by causal relations that are independent of the subject and are placed in objective space and time.
Jean Piaget

Causal analysis provides absolutely no value judgment, and a value judgment is absolutely not a causal explanation.
Max Weber
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Causal Translations

causal in French is causal
causal in Spanish is causal
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