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10 Mar causal relation

One method of defining knowledge is to represent cause and effect as related entities. A causal relation links causes to effects in an understandable way, such as is done in a logical theorem (e.g. if it rains, then plants will grow).
Keywords: relation
modus tollens
modus ponens
interaction
experience
existential
common sense
algorithm
hierarchical relations
knowledge
logical form
References: algorithms
associationism
learning
logic
rules
taxonomy

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