Causality as a concept in systems thinking is really about being able to decipher the way things influence each other in a system. Understanding causality leads to a deeper perspective on agency, feedback loops, connections and relationships, which are all fundamental parts of systems mapping.
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Leyla Acaroglu

It is important to understand that this could be a very complex form of causality. It’s not “one leading to the other” but “one influenced by multiple external factors can lead to the other”. Especially since everything is constantly changing you can’t derive causality from experience. Things may or may not work the same way they did before.

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