How inviolable is the principle of causality?
Causality is a fundamental principle of physics.Causes have effects, and effects are the causes of subsequent effects. You can imagine chains of causal relationships that intersect, merge, but more often multiply. Conditionally, we can move along these chains back in time, and in this way we can come to the event that is the cause of all the events that are currently taking place (the "big bang") But what events caused it? And what events caused these reasons? This can be continued indefinitely, but it will not give any answers to questions about the appearance of everything, and physics, so to speak, "does not like" infinities. Why would you want to ask this question: is there any reason to believe that the principle of causality is part of some larger physical concept, and does not necessarily have to be fulfilled in our universe? (I will be very grateful for the answer, and even more so if there is an opportunity to advise some literature on the topic of this question)