Suppose there is a cause “for which all causal relations exist”.
The cause exists before “all causal relationships exist.”
Before “all causal relationships exist,” causal relationships do not exist.
When we 'mention' a word in a sentence e.g:
'Car' has three letters.
We denote it by writing it in apostrophes or quotation marks, however, we still write the word to specify the word, is it in some ...