So tomorrow, I move down South to start a career in London.
Happy Birthday to Me
Happy Birthday dear Meeeee
Happy Birthday to Me!
Hell yeah I did ;)
If any of you are on Watsapp or Snapchat, let me know!
Then we can be like pen-pals, but without the gratification of opening a letter or the anxiety that it’ll get lost in the post (thanks for that, by the way, Royal Mail)
Assuming neuroscience has advanced to the point where it is not only possible but also extremely easy to predict behaviors through brain patterns, does free will still exist? If so, does the meaning of free will remain the same? What of the value?
Merely predicting behaviour through brain analysis doesn’t really pertain to the free will debate in any way.
In order for neuroscience to contribute meaningfully to the free will debate, it must be possible to demonstrate that behaviour can be predicted through brain analysis before there is time for free or conscious deliberation and choice to take place within the subject you’re analysing. Otherwise, how can you tell that your results are not merely predictions of what the subject has already freely decided to do?
As far as I’m aware (and please correct me if I’m wrong), no such demonstrations have ever satisfactorily taken place.
Two complimentary anons in one evening?!
This is a good day!
But I still don’t understand why you feel the need to be anonymous?! Everyone loves a compliment! So, thank you :) Whoever you are :)