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Monday, June 6th 2016, 5:30pm

Alan Alda with Robert Sapolsky of Stanford University - EXTENDED (free will, neuroscience, good & evil, law court)



It's talked about several RBE themes from a neuroscientific perspective like: free will, neuroscience, good & evil, law court

exemplary quote from the video: "The whole system has to go. The modern criminal justice system is incompatible with neuroscience. It simply is not possible to have the two of them in the same room."

video length: 26:37

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original video description: Throughout his science investigative career, Alan Alda has met with Dr. Sapolsky several times. In this video they discuss what Neuroscience could contribute to the alternatives to incarceration: rehabilitation, therapy, and more. Dr. Sapolksy is well-known for his early work studying primates in Kenya. His current research revolves around stress levels and the relationship with neurodegeneration.

In this extended version, Alan asks Sapolsky his views about free will, morality, and what outside factors could contribute to making a person break the law.
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Monday, June 6th 2016, 9:37pm

Yes, I do!

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