Matt at Footnotes2plato proposes here, inspired by Shaviro's talk at OOOIII, that we might integrate mental "eliminativism" (reductive epiphenomenalism) with panpsychism. Here, I respond and give a third view that might accomplish parts of both.
On a pragmatic view, "mind" is something radically different from what it is traditionally taken to be. Perhaps from that viewpoint there can be a reconciliation of eliminatism and panpsychism. The primary function of mind on the pragmatic view is to project a temporal horizon of anticipated activity such that we may experience the possible future as present and thereby alter present activities. What is already underway--even in the present--has already occurred by the time mind is aware of it such that mind is not the origin of agency in the traditional sense. Hence, the eliminativists are right in that aspect. However, mind opens the possibility of agency in the sense that it dialate the temporal horizon of possibilities (and potentialities); more possible actions are presented to us.
My work for the last year has been on this subject, as these are the grittier details of a pragmatic phenomenology.