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Neil Levy

A Professor of Philosophy at Macquarie University, Sydney. Neil mainly works on conceptual and empirical approaches to the self-regulation of behavior. The author of 6 books and over one hundred papers on free will, moral philosophy, and philosophy of psychology and mind. Professor Neil Levy is also a Senior Research Fellow, Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, at the University of Oxford. "I have a special interest in the science of moral decision-making and in topics in free will and moral responsibility. I am the author of many papers on conceptual issues in free will and moral responsibility, as well as of papers on the psychological mechanisms involved in self-control and in addiction."

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