My Brain Made Me Do It: The Rise of Neuroscience and the Threat to Moral Responsibility

Prometheus Books (2010)
Introduction -- The mischievous neuron -- The shadow of determinism -- The essential freedom -- A tempest in the brain -- Neurological disturbance -- The seat of the will -- The somatic-marker hypothesis -- The readiness potential -- The grand illusion -- Neuronal destiny -- The revolution of the brain -- Seeds of corruption -- Morality's end -- The depths of consciousness -- A challenge for experience -- The boundlessness of reason -- Rise of the moral agent -- The palace of the mind.
Keywords Responsibility  Free will and determinism  Mind and body  Neurosciences
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Call number BJ1451.S695 2010
ISBN(s) 9781616141653
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