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The Mind Club

Who Thinks, What Feels and Why It Matters

By Daniel M. Wegner and Kurt Gray
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The Mind Club: Who Thinks, What Feels and Why It Matters by Daniel M. Wegner and Kurt Gray

The Mind Club (2016) is all about how we perceive beings as having a mind or not, and how this determination affects our moral judgments. These blinks explain what constitutes a mind as well as how and why we perceive minds the way we do.

  • Psychologists, philosophers and scientists
  • Students of philosophy or neuroscience
  • Anyone interested in the field of ethics and the justification of brutal acts

Daniel M. Wegner was an eminent psychologist, author of The Illusion of Conscious Will and recipient of, among many other awards, the 2011 Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award from the American Psychological Association.

Kurt Gray is a psychologist and a former student of Wegner’s. He has written various essays and op-eds, including “The Myth of the Harmless Wrong” for The New York Times.

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