Here's a speculation:
 
The model I'm working with for my theory seems to suggest 3 different fundamental kinds of 'cause and effect'.
 
The first is physical causality - motion of physical objects through space.
The second is mental causality   - agents making choices which effect agents
The  third is what I call 'Multiverse causality', a sort of highly abtsract 'causality' close to the notion of logical consistency/consilience - that which ensures that knowledge has a certain ordered 'structure' to it .

Anyone have any thoughts on this?

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