|Ghosts are Chilly|
|Hart (W.D.) & Yagisawa (Takashi)|
|Source: Van Inwagen (Peter) & Zimmerman (Dean) - Persons: Human and Divine|
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From "Zimmerman (Dean) - Persons: Human and Divine - Three Introductory Questions"
A responsible dualist should be able at least to sketch how causal interaction between mind and matter is possible. But causation1 seems inevitably to involve the flow of energy. So a dualist should be able to make sense of the idea that energy might be transferred between mind and matter. That is what W. D. Hart and Takashi Yagisawa attempt to do in "Ghosts Are Chilly".
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