11 comments on “Determinist Morality of Neurophilosophy

  1. The more I study psychology the more this question raises its head but I can’t help thinking (or hoping) that free will or not we must always retain the responsibility to understand the consequences of our actions and be accountable for them. Such a valuable and well penned poem, Paul 🙂

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  2. I trace my own progress through your polarities and find that I fall like a butterfly from one quadrant into the one below it, then flutter up into the opposite upper only to eventually fall into the lower; over time the pattern of my life is the butterfly’s flight within the tensions of my humanity . . . I think they call it ‘Polarity Theory’ . . . Blessings.

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