Epiphenomenalism Explained

Philosophy Now 81:10-13 (2010)
Abstract
Epiphenomenalism expressed as a form of materialism in two key axioms; distinguished from Cartesian dualism, physicalism, eliminativism; shown to be compatible with a subjective experience of free choice but not with libertarian free will - the social consequences of this view.
Keywords Huxley, Thomas  Tyndall, John  Santayana, George  Epiphenomenalism  Free will
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