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Causation in East Asian and Southeast Asian Philosophy

The Influence Of Buddhism In South Asia, The Influence Of Confucianism In East Asia, Diversifying Tradition In Post-han Era

Causation is defined most commonly as a relationship between two events or two states of affairs in which the first brings about the second. The idea of causation has long existed among the peoples in South and East Asia, but as a historical notion, it has taken different forms of expression in these regions.

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