Comments on Noa Latham’s “Is There a Conception of Causation that Gives Rise to a Problem of Mental Causation?â€

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           Latham defends the following argument against problems that putatively arise for mental causation: 1. A problem for mental causation arises for a conception of causation only if it attributes a causal role to physical but not mental entities.
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