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I Like What You Like: The Impact of Recommendation Engines on Consumer Preferences and Decision Making 

When would a robot have free will?

What can neuroscience tell us about ethics?

Is the concept of “will” useful in explaining addictive behaviour?

Hot Off the Presses: The Neuroethics Blog Reader and Issue 8.4

Criminal Law and Neuroscience: Hope or Hype?

Memory, Obesity, and Free Will

The Neuroethics Blog Reader hot off the presses!

New neuro models for the interdisciplinary pursuit of understanding addiction

Forget the Map; Trust Your Brain: The Role Neuroscience Plays in Free Will

On Killing: Neuroscience and State-Sponsored Executions

Obama’s BRAIN and Free Will

Agency Revisited: Dr. Heidi Ravven on Moral Psychology, Ethics and the Myth of Free Will

Neural Prosthetics, Behavior Control and Criminal Responsibility

Why People’s Beliefs about Free Will Matter: Introducing the Free Will Inventory

Static and dynamic metaphysics of free will: A pragmatic perspective

Who’s responsible for ‘free will?’ Reminding you that all ideas were once new

Zombie Philosophy: Is It Coming For Your Brain?

Who is redefining free will? A Response to Jerry Coyne

The Effects of Altering Beliefs in Free Will: Results Wanted

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