Who's in charge?: free will and the science of the brain

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"The "father of cognitive neuroscience" makes a powerful and provocative argument against today's common wisdom that our lives are wholly determined by physical processes we cannot control"--
Encompassing neuroscience, psychology, ethics, and law, a leading expert in cognitive neuroscience offers an alternative interpretation of the relationship between brain, mind, and behavior.
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table_of_contents The way we are -- The parallel and distributed brain -- The interpreter -- Abandoning the concept of free will -- The social mind -- We are the law -- An afterword.
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title Who's in charge? : free will and the science of the brain
title_alt Who is in charge
title_display Who's in charge? : free will and the science of the brain
title_full Who's in charge? : free will and the science of the brain / Michael S. Gazzaniga, Who's in charge? : free will and the science of the brain [electronic resource] / Michael S. Gazzaniga
title_short Who's in charge? :
title_sort who's in charge? free will and the science of the brain
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topic Brain, Cognitive neuroscience, SCIENCE / Life Sciences / Neuroscience
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