In this following context, is the phrase "no other (cause) than" another form of "none other than"?
Do they mean the same thing?
Should I use these two interchangeably?
Could I do as: 'It can have nothing other than....' like changing of the phrase as: 'no other one than' > 'none other than'?
This differencecannot be without reason, as it can be noticed at any time, and in any being.It can have no other cause than the pre-natal kamma-process.
Source: P. 40 "The Fundamentals of Buddhism" by Nyanatiloka Mahathera