What Neuroscience Tells Us About Morality

Book - 2011
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Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c2011
ISBN: 9780691137032
Branch Call Number: 612.8 CHURCHL
Characteristics: 273 p. : ill. ; 24 cm


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Mar 08, 2014

A clear and concise book. Definitely worth reading if you're interested in ethics or psychology.

Quimeras May 30, 2013

Although informative, “Braintrust” is not an easy read. It is not the concepts or terminology that makes it difficult but rather, the organization and selection of ideas (some of which I question whether or not they were important to the whole). The book, in my opinion, simply needed a bit more editing.

srmechs Jan 29, 2013

This is a fabulous book, well wrtten, exciting to read and for me at least, worth rereading.. [I'm starting my third rereading in less than three months, and I'm considering buying despite a very limited budget] The author is a philosopher interested in morality, who wanted to understand how our human sense of morality was grounded in our physical existence. This led to study of neuroscience and to serious research and writing, most recently this book.


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