Category Archives: Neuroscience

Free will vs. neuroscience – a different analysis

The argument sometimes characterized as free will vs. neuroscience is the most recent form of the mind-body and, more generally, free will vs. determinism argument, going back at least to the ancient Greeks. It is relatively common of late for … Continue reading

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Once more, with feeling …

Sometimes we need to take a break from public conversation to digest what has already been said. This blog has taken such a break, but the authors have not. Significant focus and consolidation have occurred in the past few months, … Continue reading

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On “providing for” …

We have been using the phrase “provide for” to talk about the relationship between embodiment – particularly neurologic embodiment – and behavior. Embodiment provides for behavior. But what are we saying when we say something “provides for” behavior? Perhaps two … Continue reading

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