...this is an excellent book...In virtue of the great clarity of its arguments and the richness of the metaphysical framework within which it is based, I believe that the book will provide one of the central guides to thinking within the mental causation debate, in particular for those seeking to defend a non-reductive physicalism. Sophie C. Gibb MIND ...there is much to be learnt from reflection on its wealth of ideas and arguments Robert Kirk, Analysis Reviews ...the author sheds new light on many of the fundamental problems facing contemporary metaphysics and the philosophy of mind. Anyone interested in analytic metaphysics and philosophy of mind, at graduate level and beyond, will profit from this innovative book. Matthew Tugby Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy d
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is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Cornell University.