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  1. Causality – the relationship between cause and effect, a pattern.

    In simplified form: liquid water freezes in the cold. Casual relationship between frost (cause) and water freezing (effect).

  2. Causality is a causal link between events. I exist as a consequence. I was born to parents-the reason. There is a connection between these events, so I deduce the effect from the cause.

    The following footnotes are subjective, as they do not fall within the scope of my competence. It is impossible to think of all phenomena in the world using causality, because there are systems where it is absent: quantum fluctuations of the vacuum. There is an opinion that causality is a convenient lens through which to explore the macrocosm, but at lower levels or in the context of chaos theory, it loses all meaning.

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