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Topics@Psychology 4: A Problem with the Concept of Freewill

Topics@Psychology 4: A Problem with the Concept of Freewill
Topics@Psychology 4: A Problem with the Concept of Freewill
Topics@Psychology 4: A Problem with the Concept of Freewill
Topics@Psychology 4: A Problem with the Concept of Freewill
Topics@Psychology 4: A Problem with the Concept of Freewill
Topics@Psychology 4: A Problem with the Concept of Freewill
Topics@Psychology 4: A Problem with the Concept of Freewill
Topics@Psychology 4: A Problem with the Concept of Freewill
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Topics@Psychology 4: A Problem with the Concept of Freewill
An Introduction to a Freewill vs Determinism Debate
Ideal to show as an extension to studying issues and debates.
The PPT slides progressively cover the Libet argument and build up to suggesting that we do not have any freewill, whatsoever!
Libet’s empirical argument is seductively simple, and should cause the student to question everything they believed about our freedom to choose.
Consists of a PPT display (22 slides) with under slide comments linking to online videos; to supplement understanding. Within the slides are activities and things to think about.

You are welcome to amend, expand or reduce the display to suit your needs.

The author, Andy McCarthy (amac education: Psychology) is a Chartered Psychologist, experienced teacher, lecturer and publisher.
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Total Pages
22 pages
Answer Key
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