As the atoms are eternal and uncaused, so is motion; it has its origin in a preceding motion, and so on ad infinitum.
An uncaused cause, a first cause, alone answers truly to the idea of a cause.
Another question connected with the nature of the essence is, whether it is caused or uncaused.
He guards, here, against the error of looking upon the individual act of will as uncaused.
He is uncaused, co-eternal with Ormazd, engaged in a perpetual warfare with him.
Whoever accepts the universality of the law of causation as a dogma of philosophy, denies the existence of uncaused phenomena.
All genesis or becoming supposes a permanent and uncaused Being, adequate to the production of all phenomena.
An uncaused Deity is just as inconceivable as an uncaused Universe.
uncaused, un-kawzd′, adj. without any precedent cause, self-existent.
Motives do not rule, and we are witnessing the uncaused and unaccountable vagaries of an autonomous will.