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Posted by Intervening Cause on Tuesday, April 1, 2008 at 8:27pm.

I am confused about intervening cause. I know that it alters the natural and continuous series of events that follows.
But, I can't decide what could be considered it... Like, is nature considered an intervening cause? How about Instinct? Sickness? Animals? I have tried and tried to figure this one out...

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