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  • n. Plural form of causationist.

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Examples

  • But though we are natural conservers and causationists, and reject a sour, dumpish unbelief, the skeptical class, which

    Representative Men

  • All successful men have agreed in one thing, -- they were causationists.

    The Conduct of Life (1860)

  • But though we are natural conservers and causationists, and reject a sour, dumpish unbelief, the skeptical class, which Montaigne represents, have reason, and every man, at some time, belongs to it.

    Representative Man (1850)

  • Let us see what Emerson has to say of “Power:” ” “All successful men have agreed in one thing ” they were causationists.

    Ralph Waldo Emerson

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