Understanding causation is undoubtedly helped by regularity and nomic-based theories. However, according to this article, they simply cannot cover all of the ground regarding causation. This study argues that the regularity perspective of laws, in particular, is unable to provide a robust account of causation. The laws of nature are undoubtedly significant, as was already mentioned, but they don't actually explain anything about causation. RVL is designed to provide the resources needed to create NRT. If it is to do so properly, it must therefore improve the very formulation of the laws of nature. The rules of nature, however, are merely regularities. It is impossible for the rules of nature, which purportedly describe causation as regularity, to be regularities in and of themselves. This just changes the objective because regularity cannot account for regularity. The only thing left is just routine. This is unacceptable.

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