Abstract：As the most influential theory in the field of causality in criminal law, the conditions theory is subject to three typical
criticisms.Firstly, it is criticized as worthless because it can not provide any help in the identification of causal
relationships.Secondly, it is considered to be a wrong theory because it will draw erroneous conclusions on specific
occasions.Thirdly, it is accused for leading to an overly broad scope of criminal responsibility.After a detailed analysis,
we can know that the three criticisms can not be established.