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by Benjamin Libet,Anthony Freeman,Keith Sutherland

Author: Benjamin Libet,Anthony Freeman,Keith Sutherland
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Imprint Academic (October 10, 1999)
Pages: 298 pages
Category: Other
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and reports some fascinating empirical work on the brain activity that appears to underlie volitional behaviour.

and reports some fascinating empirical work on the brain activity that appears to underlie volitional behaviour.

Statistics from Altmetric. com The subject of free will, once the province of philosophy and theology, is now . This is an unusually affordable book that performs well as a starting point for exploring modern answers to the ancient and thorny problem of free will. The Volitional Brain: towards a neuroscience of free will. The subject of free will, once the province of philosophy and theology, is now fair game for neuroscience, psychology, and physics.

Benjamin Libet, Anthony Freeman, Keith Sutherland. Imprint Academic, 1999 - 298 sayfa. Benjamin Libet is Professor Emeritus of Physiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and a member of the Center for Neuroscience at the University of California, Davis. Freeman read chemistry and then theology at Oxford University and was ordained in 1972. "When God In Us"" was first published in 1993 he was dismissed from his parish for contravening church teaching, but he remains a priest in the Church of England. Sutherland is a Microsoft Certified Professional, IT consultant, trainer and technical author.

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We found that activation in the dorsal prefrontal cortex on a free selection task was not significantly different from that induced by another task that required attention to the selection of action, although the responses were externally specified.

ISBN 07845-11-8 Do we really choose to get out of bed in the morning or is our sense of free will merely an illusion? In an age of functional imaging can philosophy still offer any solutions to the problem of volition? Is free will compatible with the laws of quantum physics?

The Volitional Brain. Benjamin Libet, Anthony Freeman, Keith Sutherland. Weight in Grams: 604. Towards a Neuroscience of Freewill.

The Volitional Brain. Published by Imprint Academic 2000-06-08, Devon (2000). ISBN 10: 0907845118 ISBN 13: 9780907845119. BIC Classification: HPM; JMA; JMM; PSAN. It is widely accepted in science that the universe is a closed deterministic system in which everything can, ultimately, be explained by purely physical causation. And yet we all experience ourselves as having the freedom to choose between alternatives presented to us - 'we' are in the driving seat. The puzzling status of volition is explored in this issue by a distinguished body of scientists and philosophers.

It is widely accepted in science that the universe is a closed deterministic system in which everything can, ultimately, be explained by purely physical causation. And yet we all experience ourselves as having the freedom to choose between alternatives presented to us -- 'we' are in the driving seat.