Why Mortality Makes Us Free
The heart of spiritual life can not be found in nirvana or heaven, but in the mutual recognition that this life is our ultimate purpose.
The Stone, The New York Times
How Does Your Brain Construct Your Conscious Reality?
Your brain hallucinates your conscious reality.
TED Radio Hour
How Much Control Do You Really Have Over Your Actions? These Brain Regions Provide Clues
Neuroscientists are beginning to pinpoint the regions of the brain involved in the perception of free will.
Believing Addiction Reduces Free Will May Hamper Efforts To Quit
Telling people they cannot control addictive behaviors may discourage them from trying to control addictive behaviors, thereby needlessly prolonging addiction.
The Believing Brain
The human brain has a compulsion to attribute meaning to what happens in our lives through a belief system.
All In The Mind, ABC Radio National
What Makes Deceit Such a Hard Habit to Break?
New research gets at the psychology behind serial misconduct.
Contrary to recent opinion, there is such a thing as the self, and it is empirically amenable to scientific investigation.
Science Progressively Modifies Our Understanding of Agency
Domains in which we find agent-explanations compelling have steadily declined.
To Be More Satisfied at Work, Start Believing in Your Free Will
According to a new study, feeling a sense of free will provides a greater sense of satisfaction at work — regardless of what type of work you do, or where you do it.
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