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Scientists are learning more and more about how brain activity controls behaviour. As we probe deeper into the mechanics of decision making, some conclude that free will is an illusion but leading ...
Join art historian Jennifer L. Roberts for an informal conversation on the occasion of the release of her new book Contact: Art and the Pull of Print, based on her 2021 Mellon Lectures in the Fine ...