Measuring reasonable doubt

Did my neurons make me do it?

Jeffrey Rosen has published an engaging piece in the New York Times on neuroscience and the law entitled The Brain on the Stand.

Given the ability to peer into our brains, can the law determine states of misbehavior, and if so, how should that knowledge be used? And assuming all of us are capable of crime, can it make room for cognitive liberty?

Hat tip: Experimental Philosophy