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Panel Discussion

with Adrian Raine, Adam Kolber, and Nancey Murphy

March 19, 2011
50 minutes
Adrian Raine, Adam Kolber, Nancey Murphy


Adrian Raine, an internationally renowned expert in the emerging field of neurocriminology, integrates neuroscientific and social perspectives in the prediction and explanation of violent behavior, particularly in psychopaths.

Adam Kolber, founder of the Neuroethics & Law Blog, is a leading scholar of the possible implications of neuroscience for the legal system. He writes at the intersection of criminal law, health law, and neuroethics.

Nancey Murphy is a philosopher and theologian who has written about the implications of neuroscience for thinking about moral responsibility, moral personhood, and free will in relation to biological processes. She is co-author, with Warren Brown, of Did My Neurons Make Me Do It? Philosophical and Neurobiological Perspectives on Moral Responsibility and Free Will.