Shakespeare - causal or normative?

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Shakespeare - causal or normative?
Shakespeare was not a psychologist, but he was a keen observer of human behaviour. He has Hamlet say in one scene, “there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” Does Shakespeare, through Hamlet in this case, seem to be taking a causal science view or a normative science view of life?
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