On Being, the Peabody-award winning radio show about the human condition, hosts a conversation between Michael McCullough, professor of psychology, and Arthur Zajonc, physicist, about morality and the ways our practices and thoughts may shape our morality.
Tippett and her guests discuss morality, the mind, and quantum mechanics as they gently debate predetermination, mechanistic morality, and the nature of free will.
BBC4’s “A History of Ideas” has a short video on free will and the Libet experiment, which suggests that we move and act before our brain has generated the idea.
Did you enjoy the conversation? What would you add?