noun. ['ˌkɔˈzɑːlɪti'] the relation between causes and effects.
Words that Rhyme with Causality
Example sentences of the word causality
1. Noun, singular or mass
One of the most important limitations is that concluding causality on the basis of the results is difficult.
Quotes containing the word causality
1. The very nature of the quantum theory ... forces us to regard the space-time coordination and the claim of causality, the union of which characterizes the classical theories, as complementary but exclusive features of the description, symbolizing the idealization of observation and description, respectively.
- Niels Bohr
2. I can't make those two realities -- what I've lost and what I've found -- fit together in some tidy pattern of divine causality. I just have to hold them on the one hand and on the other, just like that.
- Kate Braestrup, Here If You Need Me: A True Story
3. Without causality in the world, there is no point in educating people, or making any moral or political appeal.
- Felix Alba-Juez, The Perception of Time... and its Measurement