My differences with Carl Hoefer are about how to understand the “fundamental” equations of modern physics. He says they are not to be read as statements of capacity or with a ceteris paribus restriction. I claim they must if they are to be plausibly taken as true (or at least true for the nonce). Much of the dispute depends on the scope of inductions. I take it as a very good rule of thumb that smaller inductions are better warranted than larger and, for reasons I rehearse in my discussion of Suárez in this volume, I am especially suspicious of inductions to the fundamental equations of contemporary physics when they are read as Hoefer desires.