Wrong. Logic is about deduction in an abstract system, while causality is a question about the real world. They are in totally different areas of study.<quoted text>
Causality cannot happen without the laws of logic...
Causality is logical by its very nature.
Your claim, unproven.As is reason,(when practiced properly).
Wrong.All pointing to the logical First Cause.
No, I simply want you to *prove* your claims. I have seen nothing to justify anything from the first cause argument. First, causality is an empirical question: and has been shown to be wrong in some situations (which you deny, but without reason).But you don't want to go there.
So you have to deny either causality or the laws of logic to prevent yourself from going there.
Which one will it be today?
Your claims about logic are simply false, although you continue to restate the same falsehoods.
Basically, the laws of logic and causality are not what you seem to think they are and you refuse to either argue for your case or refute the other possibilities.