Agent causation before and after the ontological turn

In Edmund Runggaldier, Christian Kanzian & Josef Quitterer (eds.), Persons: An Interdisciplinary Approach. öbvhpt (2003)
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Chisholm's theory of agent causation is criticised. An alternative theory of agent causation is proposed.
Keywords agent causation  free will
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