causal independence

caus·al in·de·pen·dence

the state of systems that share no causes or effects.
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Causal Independence, the Identity of lndiscernibles, and the Essentiality of Origins, CHARLES B.
The paper then argues that causal independence bears in a similar way on an issue Nathan Salmon raises concerning Kripke's argument for the Essentiality of Origins.
This view is not libertarian because the will does not have causal independence from God, and not compatibilist because the action of God upon the will is not like physical causation.