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Hi Joe E. Dees -
>> Perhaps you could just indicate whether you're now prepared to accept
>> diagonal causation.
>No. Im willing to accept that decisions affect subsequent
>decisions horizontally, and that neural events effect subsequent
>neural events horizontally, but add that decisions and neural events
>effect each other vertically, and that this is not an artifact of
>explanatory levels, but an actual physical phenomenon.
Which tells me, I think, that 'diagonal' is not permitted, but,
horizontal and vertical are, like the move of knight in chess. There is
no crow flying.
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