Mental causation: Anatomy of a problem

Manuscrito 25 (3):285-304 (2002)
Abstract
The origins and development of the problem of mental causation are outlined. The underlying presuppositions which give rise to the problem are identified. Possible strategies for solving, or dissolving the problem are examined
Keywords Causation  Functionalism  Metaphysics  Mind  Supervenience  Kim, J  Putnam, H
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