Two Short Videos About Free Will & Mereological Fallacies

We’re excited to release the first of seven sets of videos from “A Beginner’s Guide To Neural Mechanisms” —a joint project with Neural Mechanisms Online. These first two videos are shorts, about 5 minutes in length. One is about Free Will and the other is about Mereological Fallacies. The remaining six sets of videos are from experts in Cognitive Science. On six Fridays this semester, an expert will help us understand topics like Neurophilosophy, Morality, Memory, Folk Psychology, Neurometrics, and Modeling. The experts have helpfully broken up their hour-ish presentation into 3-5 chunks. You can find the full list of videos, presenters, and links to scheduled videos over at the Neural Mechanisms Online page that we linked to at the beginning of this paragraph. Today’s videos are embedded below.

This project was made possible by a subaward from the Summer Seminars in Neuroscience and Philosophy (SSNAP) at Duke University with funding from the Templeton World Charity Foundation.

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