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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

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

The claim that SpongeBob makes your child dumber is a causal claim. If you do X, Y will happen. To prove that, you'd have to show that if you forced the children in the no-TV households to watch SpongeBob and changed nothing else about their lives, they would do worse in school.
Emily Oster

Hardships of early human life favored the evolution of certain cognitive tools, among them the ability to infer the presence of organisms that might do harm, to come up with causal narratives for natural events and to recognize that other people have minds of their own with their own beliefs, desires and intentions.
Robin Marantz Henig

Both of these branches of evolutionary science, are, in my opinion, in the closest causal connection; this arises from the reciprocal action of the laws of heredity and adaptation.
Ernst Haeckel
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Causal Translations

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causal in Spanish is causal
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