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Causality.

If B follows A, when are justified in saying A caused B? And having made the claim that A caused B, what exactly have we asserted? Since Hume destroyed the causal base of empirical observation and distinguished between causal expectation and cause, the problem of cause has been a philosophical raw end in science. If we develop a general theory of psychology embracing all, then this problem must arise somewhere within it and be resolved by it.

 

 


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