The Two Faces of Prudence: The Phenomenology and Neuropsychology of Free Will
A comparison of Jean Paul Sartre's discussion of free will in Being and Nothingness and recent findings in neurospsychology that support the existence of free will.
||Free Will, Consciousness, Existentialism, Neuropsychology, Neuroplasticity, Quantum Mechanics, Phenomenology, Ontology
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 7, pp.121-128.
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Joseph Dreiss is a Professor of Art History at the University of Mary Washinton in Fredericksburg, Virginia where he has taught for 29 years. He regularly teaches courses in 19th and20th century art, contemporary art and architecture and digital media including digital imaging, digital video and web production. He has published one book, Gari Melchers: His Works in the Belmont Collection, University of Virginia Press, 1984. He has also written numerous contemporary art reviews for Arts Magazine and Art Papers. Although and art historian by training, Dreiss has had an long and abiding interest in philosophy and psychology.
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