Mental Causation versus Physical Causation: Coincidences and Accidents
Elder (Crawford)
Source: Elder - Real Natures, 2004, Chapter 4
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  1. Why Mental Causation1 Seems to be Excluded
  2. A Suggested Analysis of Causation2
  3. How We Detect Causes, and Why an Accident Does Not Have a Cause
  4. Why a Coincidence has No Cause
  5. But Is the Complex Metaphysical Outcome a Coincidence

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