Neuroscience and criminal responsibility

Was it really me?  Some think that as we learn more about the brain processes underlying our actions, the less meaningful it will be to lock people up for their actions because those actions can always be traced back to brain functions. But Steve Fleming thinks neuroscience might make us more, not less, responsible for our actions.


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