Challenge: Propose an alternative to causality.
Note that you do not need to believe it to be true in order to propose it. Consider the following within your formulation, as needed: The knowledge of a causal explanation of one’s behavior necessarily changes one’s relationship to that behavior and may render the causal explanation obsolete (or at least incomplete).
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