The Case Against Free Will What a Quiet Revolution in Psychology has Revealed about How Behaviour is Determined
Author(s)Lieberman, David A
Philosophy of mind
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AbstractDo judges' decisions depend on how long it is since they ate their lunch? Is the best place for a woman to seduce a man on a rickety bridge? Does free will really exist? This book explores how our genes and experiences determine our behaviour as well as discussing the implications determinism may have on personal responsibility and morality.