If A implies B and B implies C.

Then an effect on variable A will cause an effect on variable C.

Logic (and mathematics in general) seem to rely on causality.

So, it seems that it would be impossible to model (or comprehend <g>) anything that wasn't causal with logic.

Thus ends my vague ponderance for this evening.

John.

### re: Logic and Causality

#### John on Mon Aug 2 15:37:00 UTC+1000 2004 said:

What's interesting about this, is that 'causality' seems to be a 'premise' for maths and logic.

John.

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