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15–16), and the Humean approach to causation in Dummett (1978b). , Dummett (1978d, p. 436): the significance of that will appear shortly. 22 MIC HAE L MOR R IS 5 The suggestion that this is the ultimate source of Dummett’s outlook was made in conversation by Michael Rosen. I here adopt a fairly traditional reading of Hume. 6 The reason for the caveat is the general anti‐realism which seems to follow from other things Hume says (Hume, 1978, pp. 66–68): that is, Hume is at least more realist about the world than he is about, say, value (or necessity).
A Companion to the Philosophy of Language by Bob Hale, Crispin Wright