Isn’t this begging the question though?
Begging the question is almost circular. I don’t see where I stated B is true because B is true. The syllogism contains three distinct objects: coincidence, correlation and causation. Stating that one doesn’t imply the other isn’t begging the question. Begging the question involves asserting an assertion by using an item within the assertion. Furthermore, it entails assuming a statement that requires proof without the required proof. Perhaps you can be a little more specific.