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Causality is what connects one process (the cause) with another process or state (the effect) where the first is partly responsible for the second, and the second is partly dependent on the first.
Causality may also refer to:
Science and engineeringEdit
- Axiom of Causality, the proposition that everything in the universe has a cause and is thus an effect of that cause
- Causal-final case, a grammatical case in Hungarian and Chuvash
- Causal loop diagram, infographics concept
- Causal Markov condition, in mathematics
- Causality (book), a 2009 book by Judea Pearl
- Causality (video game), 2017 video game by Loju
- Cause and Effect (Star Trek: The Next Generation)
- Casualty (disambiguation)
- Causation (disambiguation)
- Cause and effect (disambiguation)
- Cause (disambiguation)
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