Do Human Brains Have Free Will?
Free will seems the simplest of notions. Why then is free will so vexing to philosophers? Here's why: no one knows how free will works! Science, seemingly, permits no "gaps" in which free will can operate.
John Searle contributed to philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, social philosophy
Eran Zaidel was an expert on behavioral neuroscience and cognition, especial split brains
Roger Walsh works on Asian philosophies/religions; Buddhism, meditation, transpersonal...
Michael Merzenich is a pioneer in brain plasticity, such as in rehabilitation (cochlear...
Henry Stapp is a quantum physicist advocating relevance of QM to consciousness and free...