|From:||joel luis carbonera <joelcarbonera@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Mon, 25 Aug 2014 02:48:55 -0300|
Hi David Whitten.
"What other kinds of implementation of causality would you think also should be discussed?"
Although the logic can be used to represent causality, the "implication" does not necessarily have this meaning (as I tried to illustrate with the example).
Besides that, as stated by J.S., causality can be represented in many other ways.
In resume, logic does not necessarily represents causality, and it is not necessary to use logic for representing causality. However, surely, causality can be represented through logic.
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