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1 What is the relation between causal reasoning and implication?
2 Causal reasoning plays an important role in situation assessment. Finding out the hidden patterns between situation hypothesis and events is the function needed in situation assessment.
3 All the causal reasoning can only be rationally justified on the basis of the assumption of an immutable causal order but cannot be justified by reference to evidence by empirical investigation.
4 Causal reasoning is a type of inference form which is used frequently in everyday life.
5 The fourth part mainly compares the relation between causal reasoning and implication.
6 He is skeptical about causal reasoning which includes causality after the study of the two kinds of knowledge.
7 Causal reasoning may go from cause to effect or from effect to cause.
8 Even worse,(www.Sentencedict.com) it is impossible to put an end to the debate since it turns over an empirically unjustifiable causal reasoning.
9 The default rule representation provides a concise syntactic and semantic formalism for potential causal relations to be used in causal reasoning models such as predicting, explaining and diagnosing.
10 Hume argues that if uniformity of nature, or the premise of causality, is wrong, then the proof of causal reasoning based on the principle will collapse.
11 The conclusion that I draw at the end of the thesis is that implication and causal reasoning are two related but distinguishable processes of thought.
12 Therefore, Kant shows that uniformity of nature , as a premise of causal reasoning, is a transcendental principle, and it is a necessary truth for any possible experiences.
13 This paper consists of four parts:The first part focuses on distinguishing the relation between causal reasoning and causality.
14 Counterfactual thinking is a way of thinking in our everyday life, which influence causal reasoning and attribution.
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