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Determining free will

发布时间:2019-03-14 09:18:06来源:未知点击:

By Chris Frith EARLIER this year I temporarily gave up any pretence of having free will for the duration of a transatlantic flight to a meeting in California to discuss free will and the brain. This endeavour is the kind of Big Question that the John Templeton Foundation funds when not, more controversially, encouraging interactions between science and religion. My fellow delegates included the great and the good in everything from biophysics and neuroscience to philosophy and theology. They reflected all possible attitudes to the existence of free will: