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1. New approaches to volition and agency - Oxford Talks

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2. The neural basis of meta-volition — Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences

Menu. Search. The neural basis of meta-volition. Nachev P., Roberts RE., Husain M., Kennard C. ... 2019, The Author(s). Volition is the power to act beyond simple, automatic responses.

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3. Loebel Bibliography | The Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics

Haggard, P. 2008: ‘Human volition: towards a neuroscience of free will’, Nature Reviews Neuroscience 9: 934–46.

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4. Orchestrating the Powers of the Will: Understanding Motivation Enhancement Through Higher and Lower Order Volitions — Department of Psychiatry

Search. Orchestrating the Powers of the Will: Understanding Motivation Enhancement Through Higher and Lower Order Volitions.

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5. All Souls College Oxford

He published articles on volition, on the we-mode, and on schizophrenia, and gave lectures at The Pontifical Academy of Sciences, at the Hôpital de la Salpêtrière, and at Harvard University.

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6. References | Oxford Loebel Lectures

Haggard, P. 2008: ‘Human volition: towards a neuroscience of free will’, Nature Reviews Neuroscience 9: 934–46.

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7. Claire Landis | Faculty of English

Research Interests: Sixteenth and seventeenth-century literature (especially Shakespeare, Chapman, Donne, Milton, Marvell, Hobbes, and Margaret Cavendish); theories of volition and the passions (and their ethical implications); digital humanities

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8. New Approaches to Volition - Oxford Talks

Toggle navigation. New Approaches to Volition. We feel we decide for ourselves what to do. ... One key problem for mechanistic accounts of volition arises in trying to define the origin of voluntary actions in the brain.

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9. The neural basis of meta-volition — PSY

Menu. Search. The neural basis of meta-volition. Nachev P., Roberts RE., Husain M., Kennard C. ... 2019, The Author(s). Volition is the power to act beyond simple, automatic responses.

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10. Loebel Bibliography | The Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics

Haggard, P. 2008: ‘Human volition: towards a neuroscience of free will’, Nature Reviews Neuroscience 9: 934–46.

www.practicalethics.ox.ac.uk/loebel-bibliography- 84k - 14 Oct 2019 - Cached

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