question – To what extent can Keyness analysis of the volatility of stock market prices, as set out in Chapter 12 of his General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, be understood as conforming to a causalist account of the nature of science? Reading help – 1. Skidelsky, R, 2016, Introduction In R. Skidelsky, The Essential Keynes, Penguin, London. Available on Keats page. 2. Keynes, J. M, 1936, The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money. Reprinted as The Collected Writings of John Maynard Keynes: The General Theory, Royal Economic Society, Vol VII, Macmillan, London. Chapter 12. Available on Keats page. 3. Lawson, T, 1995, Expectations and Economics in Dow, S and Hillard, J. eds, Keynes Knowledge and Uncertainty, Edward Elgar, Aldershot. Available on Keats page. 4. Crotty, J, 2019, Keynes Against Capitalism, Routledge London, chapter 17. Available on Keats page.