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Causation - Why A Problem ?

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Posted by Eric Clark on October 24, 2003 14:50:50 UTC

RE:>> * the subject of causation within science is an unsolved problem *
The “subject” is an unsolved problem ?

RE:>> * the subject of causation within science is an unsolved problem since there is never one identifiable cause for a phenomena. *
What is the specific unsolved problem with using primitives or derivatives for causation ?

Did I miss your point in my “Agreement, but technical difficulties” response ( http://www.astronomy.net/forums/god/messages/29556.shtml )
to your “Causation: A Better Account” post ?
( http://www.astronomy.net/forums/god/messages/29318.shtml )

Thanks, Eric %^)

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