Law, Responsibility, and the Brain

@article{Mobbs2007LawRA,
  title={Law, Responsibility, and the Brain},
  author={D. Mobbs and H. Lau and O. Jones and C. Frith},
  journal={PLoS Biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={5}
}
  • D. Mobbs, H. Lau, +1 author C. Frith
  • Published 2007
  • Biology, Medicine
  • PLoS Biology
  • Brain-imaging studies have reinvigorated the neurophilosophical and legal debate of whether we are free agents in control of our own actions or mere prisoners of a biologically determined brain. 
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