What Do We Know About the Neurology of Human Flourishing?

“Human flourishing is fundamentally a self-directed activity. … Flourishing does not consist in the mere possession and use of goods that might be necessary for a flourishing life. Rather, human flourishing consists in a person developing the skills, habits, judgements and virtues that will, in most cases, achieve the needed goods. The goods must, . . . → Read More: What Do We Know About the Neurology of Human Flourishing?

Pain and Depression Sufferers Benefit from Breakthroughs in Neurostimulation

When Adam Hammond went skydiving in 2006, he thought it was something that was going to end the same way as the 1,000 jumps before. However, when this U.S. Army “Golden Knight” pulled his parachute, nothing happened. Hammond hit the ground at over 45 miles an hour and broke his leg, pelvis and spine. . . . → Read More: Pain and Depression Sufferers Benefit from Breakthroughs in Neurostimulation