The Human Brain: Substratum of Freedom

  • Richard Worsley
Part of the Library of Philosophy and Religion book series (LPR)


The human brain is a substratum of human freedom. Whatever are the conditions of freedom, the brain must be such a physical structure that those conditions can be met within the human experience. This chapter aims to relate the concepts of materiality, mutuality, temporality and communality to the brain’s structure. This relationship is to be seen for the time being as contingent. The question of modality belongs to Chapter 8.


Human Brain Causal Explanation Mental Event Causal Chain Perceptual Categorisation 
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© Richard Worsley 1996

Authors and Affiliations

  • Richard Worsley
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  1. 1.Parish of CalodenCoventryUK

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