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Neuroscience, the Law, and Free Will

Natural Sciences, Social Sciences

Rise of the Neurolawyers: A position paper on law, the courts, and neuroscience. A number of scientists, lawyers, and philosophers suspect that free will is going the way of geocentrism to make room for a revamped theory of human action more in line with the findings of research.  The article can serve as an opening piece for classes in Christian thought, psychology, law, philosophy, or  biology and neuroscience.

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