Dartmouth College
Neural Basis of Imagination, Free Will, and Morality
Dartmouth College

Neural Basis of Imagination, Free Will, and Morality

This course is part of Libertarian Free Will Specialization

Taught in English

Peter Tse

Instructor: Peter Tse

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There are 2 modules in this course

This module explores the evidence of imagination derived from artifacts. It also examines the brain changes that caused the innovativeness of human imagination. The relation between the first and the second-order desires and free will is also discussed in this module.

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12 videos1 reading1 quiz4 discussion prompts

This module explains how we imagine and judge what is right versus what is wrong. It also differentiates between immoral and amoral acts and explores the origin of morality, evil, and human goodness. While comparing the relationship between science and religion, it also explains how to realign social, cultural, and governmental structures to serve broad human interests.

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10 videos1 quiz3 discussion prompts

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Peter Tse
Dartmouth College
3 Courses1,296 learners

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