Why are non-material objects not causally efficacious? Or, why can’t non

Why are non-material objects not causally efficacious? Or, why can’t non

Why are non-material objects not causally efficacious? Or, why can’t non-material objects partake in causality? Is there a reason other than simply saying that non-material objects are as such by definition? Thank you!

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