Last Modified: 2011-07-11
Co-existence/ necessary condition
Truths known demonstratively
Propositions about particular causes can be known a priori or prior to experience
Propositions about particular cases involve logic as well as causal connections
Because of the nature of causality, rationalist metaphysics is possible
we cannot know propositions prior to experience, we cannot look at a situation and determine a priori what the effect will be
casualty is a matter of experience and not logical relation
A and B are contiguous in space and time (near e/o)
A comes before B (causation always comes first)
There is a necessary connection between A and B (not just coincidences)
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