causelessness

Related to causelessness: uselessness

causelessness

(ˈkɔːzlɪsnəs)
n
the quality or state of having no cause or reason
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"[T]his case is not calibrated to exact justice but merely the posturing of rabid causelessness.
(89.) The "insanity" of an insane delusion is sometimes expressed as a "spontaneity" or "causelessness" requirement.
Physicists who endorse the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics typically associate quantum indeterminacy with causelessness; many Christian thinkers object.
The solar-plexus theories simultaneously unwork organicism by reversing body-mind causality and positing instead human morphology as partly determined by the "variable flows of the unconscious." The figure for this unconscious is, of course, Lawrence's human infant, "not just a new permutation-and-combination of elements contained in the natures of the parents." While this element of causelessness effectively challenges the conventional notion of physiological types that populated eugenic and degenerationist discourses of the period, Gordon also demonstrates its value as a theory of pure being, in the same domain as Bergson's virtuality or Deleuze's singularity.
On the other side of that slippery slope, bad things are supposed to happen--danger, violence, causelessness, the disgust of the people.