This podcast features a skypecast interview with Dr. Bill Casebeer on the topic of Storytelling and Cognitive Neuroscience. Bill is a remarkable scholar and scientific researcher, engaged in work that has broad applicability in the fields of education, psychology, medicine, ethics, philosophy, and defense policy.

Show notes for this podcast include:

  1. My Podcast Resources
  2. Lowell Monke’s article “Charlotte’s Webpage: Why Children Shouldn’t Have the World at Their Fingertips” (Alternative link working as of Jan 2020)
  3. My reflections and thoughts on Monke’s article
  4. “Natural Ethical Facts : Evolution, Connectionism, and Moral Cognition (Bradford Books) by William D. Casebeer
  5. The Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience by MIT Press
  6. Valerie Gray Hardcastle – The MIT Press
  7. “Principles of Neural Science” by Eric R. Kandel MD, James H. Schwatz MD PhD, Thomas M. Jessell PhD

Program Length: 35 min, 10 sec
File size: 16.1 MB

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