causationist

causationist

(kɔːˈzeɪʃənɪst)
n
a person who believes in the theory of universal causation
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This moves away from assuming that academic analysis requires heuristics that fall easily into causationist or unified theory of everything frameworks
While the causationist approach is based on a curative logic of imputation, the correlationist approach is inspired by a preventive logic of risk management.
This causationist approach stands in contrast to the correlationist approach.
For example, aside from the fact that a direct prohibition of hate propaganda would contradict a basic tenet of the First Amendment creed, that is, viewpoint neutrality, the causationist approach adopted by American law in its analysis of speech-related harms precludes the United States from fully subscribing to these international norms, and as a result, from participating in their enforcement.
For example, aside from the fact that a direct prohibition of hate propaganda would contradict a basic tenet of the First Amendment creed, that is, viewpoint neutrality, the causationist approach adopted by American law in its analyis of speech-related harms precludes the United States from fully subscribing to these international norms, and as a result, from participating in their enforcement.