Saturday, December 23, 2006

Technocorrections, Neuroscience, and The Economist

Matthew Bowen at Prevention Works was kind to leave this link to The Economist's current story on liberalism, free will, and modern neurology in a nice comment below. I thought it deserved more prominence. Good article, good stuff to think about (or bad, depending on your point of view). Cognitive science and neurology will change everything about our world, and corrections sentencing will be (already is) one of the prime areas for piloting that brave new world. Thanks again, Matthew.

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