- Title Pages
- 1 Law and NeuroscienceHistorical Context<sup>1</sup>
- 2 Responsibility and Mental Capacity
- 3 What Can Neurosciences Say About Responsibility?Taking the Distinction Between Theoretical and Practical Reason Seriously<sup>1</sup>
- 4 Irrationality, Mental Capacities, and Neuroscience<sup>1</sup>
- 5. Skepticism Concerning Human Agency: Sciences of the Self Versus “Voluntariness” in the Law
- 6 The Implications of Heuristics and Biases Research on Moral and Legal Responsibility
- 7 Moral Responsibility and ConsciousnessTwo Challenges, One Solution
- 8 Translating Scientific Evidence into the Language of the “Folk”
- 9 Neuroscience, Deviant Appetites, and the Criminal Law
- 10 Is Psychopathy a Mental Disease?
- 11 Addiction, Choice, and Disease
- 12 How May Neuroscience Affect the Way that the Criminal Courts Deal with Addicted Offenders?
- 13 Enhancing Responsibility
- 14 Guilty Minds in Washed Brains?
- Neuroscience and Legal Responsibility
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