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Causation may refer to:
- Causality, in philosophy, a relationship that describes and analyses cause and effect
- Causality (physics)
- Causation (law), a key component to establish liability in both criminal and civil law
- Causation in English law defines the requirement for liability in negligence
- Causation (sociology), the belief that events occur in predictable ways and that one event leads to another
- Proximate causation
- "Correlation does not imply causation", phrase used in the sciences and statistics
- Proximate cause, the basis of liability in negligence in the United States
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