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Hideki A. Ishisaka, Beyond Freedom and Dignity. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, By Isidor Chein. New York: Basic Books, Most users should sign in with their email address.
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The Case Against B.F. Skinner
B F Skinner was a professor of psychology at Harvard. He conducted pioneering work on experimental psychology and argued for behaviorism, a view that free will is an illusion. His provocative book, Beyond Freedom and Dignity, published in , put forward his controversial case for behaviorism. It was a controversial attack on libertarian thinkers, advocates of autonomy and the idea of autonomous man. He argued that ideas such as individual autonomy, free will, volition, and consciousness act as barriers for advances in technology for controlling human behaviour.
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Beyond freedom and dignity
Beyond Freedom and Dignity is a book by American psychologist B. Skinner argues that entrenched belief in free will and the moral autonomy of the individual which Skinner referred to as "dignity" hinders the prospect of using scientific methods to modify behavior for the purpose of building a happier and better-organized society. Beyond Freedom and Dignity may be summarized as an attempt to promote Skinner's philosophy of science, the technology of human behavior, his conception of determinism, and what Skinner calls "cultural engineering". In this chapter Skinner proposes that a technology of behavior is possible and that it can be used to help solve currently pressing human issues such as over-population and warfare.
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