What is Why, What Does It Mean?July 2, 2021
The factor that creates an event… Scientific causality should not be confused with idealistic causation. Objective causes are causes that are independent of human consciousness and will. Subjective causes are human activities based on the reflection of objective causes in human consciousness.
Fundamental causes realize the necessary and essential qualities of an effect, and non-essential causes realize its accidental qualities. Effects on an object or event by other causes and events are external causes, internal conflicts of an object or event are internal causes. Certain conditions are always necessary for a cause to be a factor and for an effect to occur. Without these conditions, the ’cause’ cannot be a factor and cannot produce an effect.