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5/10/2017 5:40 pm  #21

Re: A weakness in Feser's argument against epiphenomenalism?

Jeremy Taylor wrote:

What you seem mostly interested in is the argument from reason. Aside from Feser's work on philosophy of mind, I would recommend resources on this.

Victor Reppert's workis probably the best introduction to the argument from reason. C. S. Lewis's chapter on the issue is also worth reading. And William Hasker writes an interesting section on it in his The Emergent Self. I know that others, such as Plantinga, Arthur Balfour, and I think even Jaegwon Kim, have written on the subject, but I haven't read their work on it.

Thank you. Reppert's work looks promising; I'm going to order it ASAP.


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