Addiction and Self-Control: Perspectives From Philosophy, Psychology, and Neuroscience

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New York, US: Oup Usa (2013)
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This book brings cutting edge neuroscience and psychology into dialogue with philosophical reflection to illuminate the loss of control experienced by addicts, and thereby cast light on ordinary agency and the way in which it sometimes goes wrong

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