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(244) Once again, this wrongly adds a second layer of causational proof to the Plaintiff's burden while continuing to ignore the statutory definition of "incident." (245) As discussed extensively above, congressional intent proves that the "due to" language is the same as the "result from" language, and no second layer of proof was ever intended under the liability provisions.
In fact, we know for certain there's a causational link between charitable giving and tax incentives," he said.
After establishing that liability under the CWA was a causational
Therefore, caution should be taken when interpreting these differences, as MDC consult was not a random process (i.e., is associational not causational) and we didn't collect age and comorbidity data.
In short, what Miller found inspiring in Ibsen is the latter's strict adherence to the dramatic affirmation of clearly verifiable causational relations between past and present actions.
However, Quinney (2008, 5-6) cautioned that a "statement of causation does not necessarily state the nature of reality, but is a methodological construction of the observer." He argued that "we must not use the causational construct as it has often been applied in physical science," and that "causative explanations of crime have tended ...
"I believe," she writes in one instance, "that in many cases an author's intention to revise is knowable, rational, and explicable, but I am not trying to claim any one textual state as superior in principle to the others; nor do I believe that early and late stages are necessarily connected in a teleological or even causational way" (57).
We assumed that religiosity and class would give way to a causational relationship for support of women's rights.
In dialectical and irreducible ways, social structure, agency, and shared meaning are mutually causational. The social ontology and cognition that result from this reciprocal and irreducible system of causation is thus intersubjectively formed.
Finally, it must be emphasized that the correlations identified in this cross-sectional study do not necessarily reflect causational relationships.
This power does not function in a direct, causational way, but rather through the nuanced influences within the rhetorical landscape (Hart, 2008).
Dodgson makes sweeping causational statements, not backed by scholarly evidence that suggest he has a soft spot for hypothetical Sixties values: "love, peace, compassion, understanding, environmentalism, the embrace of diversity, nonviolence, and more open-minded attitudes about religion and drugs, sex and sexuality, race, and gender" (p.
These results are not suggesting a causational relationship but a correlative relationship, where application use may be a good indicator of overall health status.