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P1) If c contributes causally to e, then c contributes causally to c's contributing causally to e.
6) If ethical facts or properties do not causally affect ethical intuitions, it would take a cosmic coincidence for ethical intuitions to accurately track ethical facts and properties.
That the depression and diabetes are causally related is based on studies from the literature (3).
It is a great irony that the only probabilistic methods that do not assume that the world is causally deterministic are the so-called "subjective" methods.
The report causally links cigarettes to type 2 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, ectopic pregnancy, and erectile dysfunction.
At the time, security sources said he told investigators that his son was autistic, but experts warned against jumping to conclusions about whether this was causally related to the crime.
Our results causally link GSTT2 levels with protection from genotoxic stress, and provide evidence that the antigenotoxic effects of apple polyphenols in vitro are at least in part due to an induction of GSTT2 expression.
So far so good for the theory that low vitamin D might be causally related to breast cancer, and by extension for the corollary that vitamin D supplementation might be an effective option for breast cancer prevention.
While smoking rates have dropped precipitously since the 1964 Surgeon General's report, "Smoking and Health," smoking is still the leading cause of preventable disease and death in the United States and is now causally linked to additional diseases and conditions across most organ systems.
And the persisting intention is the means whereby I causally guide the activity of my fingers.
Reports suggest that the two of them are causally hooking up and it is just a fling.
Rewritten and updated, this edition has 12 new plates, removes others, and includes new topics such as genetic signaling pathways involved in genetic disorders; DNA repair systems; genomic disorders and genome-wide association studies; cancer genomes; genetic disorders of fibroblast growth factors receptors; epigenetic changes in specific disorders; ciliopathies, neurocristopathies, and other groups of causally related disorders; and an illustrated outline of human evolution.
Part 2 deals with the problems we have with thinking statistically even though we can think associatively, metaphorically, and causally quite easily.
These participants also showed schizotypy symptoms, known as perceptual aberrations, which are anomalous experiences of one's senses, and magical ideation, which is the belief that events with no physical cause-and-effect are somehow causally connected.
The best it can hope for is that phenomenal properties are causally relevant, but not in virtue of their phenomenality.