Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Hasker on the problem of interaction

Since Mark Frank has raised the issue that dualism has a problem dealing with the possibility of mind-body interaction, I thought I should link to a passage from Hasker's book which was quoted on John DePoe's blog.


exapologist said...

Hoffman and Rosnkrantz's book, The Divine Attributes, has helpful things to say here as well, as does Brie Gertler's essay for the newest edition of Reason and Responsibility (Feinberg and Schaeffer-Landau, eds.)

exapologist said...

whoops -- Hoffman and Rosenkrantz.

Jime said...

Philosopher Edward Feser has a post on the interaction problem here:


Also, philosopher William Vallicella has written about it in his blog: