causal factor

  1. a determining or causal element or factor
    education is an important determinant of one's outlook on life
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How To Use causal factor In A Sentence

  • Toxicity, nutritional deficiency, and competition with resident species are the primary causal factors in their host plant separation.
  • One determines the law of gravitation by studying planetary motion, in which gravity is the only significant causal factor.
  • Most importantly, observational studies cannot distinguish indicators of risk from causal factors.
  • As a rule, complex social phenomena like racism cannot be explained in terms of a single causal factor.
  • Alcohol, speed and fatigue have been identified as the leading causal factors.
  • These are not experimental because no causal factor is assumed to be operating in the survey situation.
  • Leibniz would say that in such a case some state of Smith's body prior to Sb.was the real cause of Sb.and Sm was not a causal factor in the obtaining of Sb. So although substances do not causally interact, their states accommodate one another as if there were causal interaction among substances. Leibniz's Philosophy of Mind
  • Heath classes them as dealing with energy transfer, electromagnetism, mind-matter interplay, and acausal factors.
  • There are, of course, profound disagreements between Marxist and elite writers as to the causal factors generating this phenomena.
  • Howard J. Feldman, the director of regulatory and scientific affairs at the American Petroleum Institute, noted that the evidence of a causal factor was inconclusive for some ailments.
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