Ten Great Ideas: Free Will

Your thoughts can be read before even you know what they are. Link YouTube. 5 mins  
Free will: just an illusion? Fascinating discussion by various experts. Youtube. 1 hr 15 mins.  
Dan Ariely asks, Are we in control of our decisions? Dan Ariely: Youtube. 17 mins.  
The Libet Experiment: Is free will just an illusion? Animated talk from BBC Radio 4. 2 mins  
The Libet Experiment: Neuroscience and Free Will Extract from a BBC documentary with Marcus du Sautoy.
. 4 mins.
The illusion of consciousness

Philosopher Dan Dennett makes a compelling argument that not only don't we understand our own consciousness, but that half the time our brains are actively fooling us.
Ted Talks.YouTube. 23 mins

Oliver Sacks, Antonio Damasio and Others Debate Christof Koch on the Nature of Consciousness Text-based from scientificamerican.com  
The Neuroscience of Free Will and the Illusion of “You” Link From psychologytoday.com  
What Neuroscience Says about Free Will Link From scientificamerican.com  
Philosophy versus Neuroscience on the Question of Free Will Link

A philosopher offers counterarguments to the post above


Greg Gage: How to control someone else's arm with your brain

Ted Talks.YouTube. 6 mins
How about if you control a brain with a brain?
There is evidence that, at least to some extent, some of the decisions we make are made subconsciously, before we are even aware that we made a decision Link Blogpost from Dr. Steven Novella - an academic clinical neurologist at Yale University School of Medicine.  
Stop Telling People They Don't Have Free Will Link Daniel Dennett is a world-famous philosopher. Rather dubious reasoning here I would have thought. What do you think? YouTube. 5 mins  
What happens if society no longer believe in free will? Link Gregg Caruso on YouTube 10 mins. Via TED  
Michio Kaku: Why Physics Ends the Free Will Debate Link Kaku's arguement seems to be that because we can't make predictions (due to quantum physics), freewill doesn't exist. Seems a bit dubious?