Normativism and Mental Causation by Justin Thomas Tiehen, B. A. Dissertation



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Chapter 9. The Solution ………………..………………………………… 234

9.1 A Shoemakeresque View.……..……...……...….……..……………. 236

9.1.1 REDUCTIVE CAUSAL STRUCTURALISM…..……..….… 236

9.1.2 CAUSAL POWERS: TYPES AND TOKENS……...………… 239

9.1.3 CONJUNCTIVE PROPERTIES AND COMPOSITE EVENTS 240

9.1.4 THE SUBSET VIEW OF REALIZATION………....………… 241

9.1.5 TRADITIONAL CONJUNCTIVE PROPERTIES AND REALIZAITON

….………………………………………………………………...… 244

9.1.6 CONCLUSION: THE METAPHYSICAL PICTURE………… 246

9.2 Mental Causation…………………………….…..….……..…………... 249

9.2.1 THE EXERCISE OF CAUSAL POWERS..…………….…..… 249

9.2.2 MENTAL CAUSATION AND THE PART/WHOLE CAUSATION THESIS…………………….………………….……………….…..… 251

9.2.3 CATEGORIZING THIS ACCOUNT..….……………….…..… 254

9.2.4 WATERED DOWN PROPORTIONALITY…………….…..… 254

9.2.5 OBJECTIONS TO THE PART/WHOLE CAUSATION THESIS 256

9.3 Normative Mental Causation………………………….……….…..… 261

9.3.1 INCLUSION AND OVERLAP………………………….…..… 262

9.3.2 CAUSAL LIABILITIES…………………..…………….…..… 264

9.3.3 PURE NORMATIVE TYPES AND TOKENS……………..… 267

9.3.4 PURE NORMATIVE EPIPHENOMENALISM? ………….… 268

9.3.5 “BY VIRTUE OF” RUN AMOK…………………..……….… 270

9.3.6 EMBRACING PURE NORMATIVE EPIPHENOMENALISM? 271

9.3.7 A DOUBLE ASPECT THEORY? ………………………….… 273




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