The scientific philosophy and philosophy of science (part 3)
|Abstract||The problem of causality is considered. It is shown that two models of the causality exist. These are dialectic model and evolutionary model. The interrelation between models is considered. It is shown that the instantaneous interaction does not contradict causality.|
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