Causality is the Lack of Arbitration


             In Immanuel Kant’s Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics, he explained the difference in several knowledge claims, and in the process tried to prove the existence of cause and effect. His views were that even though we cannot explicitly see the necessary connection of events, we know that causality exists. Kant’s theories are correct because the lack of causality would mean some events are random, which is not true. Random events are impossible; everything has a cause.

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