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World Science U: Free Will and Neuroscience

 with  Alfred Mele
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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.

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Cost Free Online Course
Pace Self Paced
Subject Philosophy
Provider World Science U
Language English
Certificates Certificate Available
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5.0 5 months ago
by 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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