From the existence of the self to the nature of free will, many philosophers have dedicated their lives to the problems of the mind.
But now some neuroscientists claim to have settled these raging debates. Is it possible we have discovered a science to replace philosophy and we can finally make real progress?
Cognitive scientist Margaret Boden, and philosopher of mind and language Barry C. Smith and neurobiologist Steven Rose put neuroscience on trial.
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