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Tuesday, October 10, 2006

delusion? or magic?

Standard causality is demonstrated by reliable repetition and by noting the lack of effect when the proposed cause is removed. But what if there were another type of causality, independent of (and undetectable by) these objective measures? A correlation which existed only in expectation, or intent? Would this be delusion? Or magic?

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