Braintrust has 560 ratings and 42 reviews christopher said i ended up reading this after an extended argument with a philosopher of science in england . Braintrust what neuroscience tells us about morality a scientific explanation for human moral values is far from straightforward reveals margaret boden may 5 2011. What is morality where does it come from and why do most of us heed its call most of the time in braintrust neurophilosophy pioneer patricia churchland argues that morality originates in the biology of the brain. But now with a new book braintrust what neuroscience tells us about morality she is taking her perspective into fresh terrain ethics and the story she tells about morality is as youd expect heavily biological emphasizing the role of the peptide oxytocin as well as related neurochemicals . Braintrust what neuroscience tells us about morality review donald wiebe toronto journal of theology volume 28 number 1 spring 2012 pp 180 182
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