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Moreland's Objections to Epiphenomenalism (EPV)

1. "There is no reoom for a rational agent to intervene in this causal sequence." (P 242b) "Mental states are mere biproducts of . . . physical states . . ." (P 242b)

2. "[T]here is no unified, enduring self at the mental level." (P 242b)

3. "[I]t is hard to see what sense can be given to intentionality." (P 242b)


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