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“It’s a delusion to believe that causality is built into the fabric of the world and that science is uncovering the laws of causality by empirical observation. Causality is not in the world. It is constructed in the head of the observer.”(r/PhilosophyofScience)
People who’ve offered analyses of causation? Sure. Start here. If you’re interested in the phil. of science angle, you might like David Lewis, Jim Woodward and Christopher Hitchcock, Bas van Fraassen (from a more skeptical angle), or Tim Maudlin…
It’s nice to engage in generalizations about “people who try to discuss philosophy” without having read any of the literature yourself. The point is that the literature already does refute the “meat and bones of his positions.” Go do some reading.