What Is The Result, What Does It Mean?July 2, 2021
A phenomenon, event, or process resulting from any phenomenon, event, or process. It should be carefully distinguished from the idioms sonurgu (necessity), sonurtu (Tali hadd), conclusion and target, which have close meanings and are often confused with one another. The result is one side of the causal relationship. In our daily life, we search for a reason for every event. We call the cause that creates, and the result that comes into being. Let’s say a car crushed a man. Why is that? The brake of the car is broken. Failure of the brake of the car is the cause, the crushing of the man is the result.
Every phenomenon, event and process in the universe has a cause, nothing without a cause. This is a general law. So there can be no supernatural or unnatural cause, because all causes are natural. Conclusion is a natural-scientific term, and it should be avoided to be confused with the metaphysical term aim. The effect is the equivalent of the cause, and the end is the equivalent of the cause. The result is synonymous with the term effect in this sense.