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World Science U

Free Will and Neuroscience

Florida State University via World Science U


Has neuroscience all but disproved the existence of free will? Philosopher Alfred Mele argues that free will is still alive and well, critically analyzing experimental data.

Taught by

Alfred Mele


5.0 rating, based on 4 Class Central reviews

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  • Anonymous
    I enjoyed this course very much. The teacher was able to teach course in easy to understand fashion. Philosophy has always been an interest to me and the idea of our own free will or are we simple controlled by what our brain such as people suffering from addiction problems. Or that are are in a coma.
  • Sara Mazzocchio
    this course was really inspirational for me, it helped me to better understand and understand how our wonderful brain works
  • Sylvia Amar completed this course, spending 2 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be easy.

    It is a very good course. I did not know neuroscience had prooved free will do not exist. It allowed me to ask myself about responsability and free will.
  • Abir Ghenaiet completed this course, spending 6 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be medium.

    It was a brilliant course.Writing great content is a choice. You can choose to put in the time and work required to create great content and build a prosperous brand and it all given to your choice of will use.

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