Neither, obviously.  The proximal cause of sneezing is a complex of 
neuro-muscular behaviors.  That complex has an untold number of triggers, from 
bright lights and sound to tickling.  Any competent analysis of such causation 
will focus on the *bottleneck*, which is the neuro-muscular complex, not the 
huge number of triggers.

On 02/22/2018 09:22 AM, Nick Thompson wrote:
> Is sneezing caused by dust OR by the forceful expulsion of air through our 
> nasal tracts?  We would never ask such a question, right? 

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