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I would start by saying, just to clarify slightly, that I think that speaking of logical causation is misleading, as (it is explained by other answers) "because" is not a truth operator. (Hence logical necessity works better.) Wittgenstein famously states that (Tractatus Logico Philosophicus, proposition 5.1361) : "The events of the future ...


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As to your question regarding the dependence of logical laws upon physical laws, you may have a look at Gonseth, La logique comme physique de l'objet quelconque ( " logic as physics of any object whatever") whch is briefly reviewed here : https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-symbolic-logic/article/abs/gonseth-f-la-logique-en-tant-que-...


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