God gives reason to the human race; misfortunes arise thence by concomitance.
Yet it comes to be by concomitance, because it serves a greater good in relation to the universe.
God, who is the cause of the concomitance of bodily and mental facts, is in truth the sole cause in the universe.
All that could be asserted would be the relation of concomitance or of juxtaposition, not the relation of cause and effect.
The idea of law in Nature, as understood by Lucretius, is not merely that of invariable sequence or concomitance of phenomena.
First, concomitance is an accomplished fact, and we may consider it as an organic manifestation parallel to that of the mind.
It is the concomitance of the two, to the thought of which we are not yet used, that thwarts us.
As respects complexity, intensity, and time-order, the concomitance is apparently complete.
Why cannot we accept the simple fact of concomitance in this case also?
I foresaw a concomitance of relations between this movement of the shoulder and the expression of the head.