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  • Daniel C. Dennett [r]: American author and professor of philosophy at Tufts, has written on free will and the mind. [e]
  • Evolutionary psychology [r]: The comparative study of the nervous system and its relation to behaviour across species. [e]
  • Free will [r]: The intuition, or philosophical doctrine, that one can control one's actions or freely choose among alternatives. [e]
  • Reductionism [r]: The attempt to replace high-level explanations of phenomena by more basic explanations, often in terms of interacting subsystems or parts. [e]
  • Steven Pinker [r]: (b. 18 September 1954) Canadian experimental psychologist, cognitive scientist, and author of popular science, known for his wide-ranging advocacy of evolutionary psychology and the computational theory of mind. [e]