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Neuroscience and Free Will

In this module Professor Al Mele presents experiments that purport to show that there is no such thing as free will. He then presents three criticisms of this interpretation of the evidence.

Taught By

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    Dr J Adam Carter

    Researcher

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    Dr Orestis Palermos

    Research Explorer

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    Professor Mark Harris

    Professor of Natural Science and Theology

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    Professor Duncan Pritchard

    Professor of Philosophy

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