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Philosophia Naturalis 37 (1):177-187 (2000)
|Abstract||Quantum indeterminism may make available the option of an interactionism that does not have to pay the price of a force over and above those forces that are acknowledged in physics in order to explain how intentions can be physically effective. I show how this option might work in concrete terms and offer a criticism of it.|
|Keywords||Free Will Indeterminism Interactionism Metaphysics Quantum Theory|
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