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Applying Aristotle's Doctrine of Causation to Aboriginal and
Aristotle's doctrine on causation identifies four distinct types of cause: formal, efficient, material, and final.
Another negation of negation
i.e. independent of necessity".
Critical Realism
Oct 13, 2010 Causality – further elaborating on the four Aristotelian types of causation. ▪ ' Mechanism' vs. 'field' as explanatory concepts.
Redalyc.Towards a Multi-modal Causation Framework of
the multiplicity of its facets, we speak here of the “multi-modal causation model”.
Interstitial Life: Novelty and Double Causality in Kant - Steven Shaviro
For with the Stoics (and in another way with the Epicureans).

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Aristotle on Causality (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Jan 11, 2006 Here Aristotle recognizes four types of things that can be given in answer to a why-question: The material cause: “that out of which”, e.g.
Causality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aristotle marked two modes of causation: proper (prior) causation and accidental (chance) causation.
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Aristotle - Modes of causation
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The Aristotelian notion of cause is not the same as the cause and effect. Let us briefly then describe the different types of cause in Aristotle.

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