Scanning the Brain for Its Moral Center

As I changed into a surgical gown, I felt an ever increasing sense of anxiety. Even the unrestrained laughter of my producer colleague, who observed me wearing the ill-fitting dress and a pair of huge protective goggles, did nothing to reduce the stress. I was about to undergo my first-ever brain scan. The purpose was to test the radical assertion of professor Marc Hauser that all of us are born with an instinctive sense of right and wrong. Hauser is a biological anthropologist at Harvard...Full Story
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