ResumoI am grateful to Livia Guimaraes Fred Wilson and Karánn Durland for their criticism of Hume’s Theory of Causation: A Quasi-Realist Interpretation. My ideas have been significantly improved by their comments. I am unable to respond to every point in the allotted time although I’d like to get the chance to respond in greater detail very much. I focus on two important points of each critic. Opportunities to address other issues will perhaps arise in the discussion period. Sincere thanks also to Wes Anderson, Avram Hiller, Peter Kail, Ted Morris, Tom Seppalainen and Chad Wiener for helpful discussions
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