A problem with anomalous monism

Philosophical Studies 32 (August):175-80 (1977)
Abstract
Davidson's argument equivocates on the term "physical": the physical events that mental events cause might not be subsumed under laws
Keywords Body  Event  Identity  Metaphysics  Mind  Monism  Davidson, D
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