The psychopath’s brain and the courts

NPR has been running a series on how new findings in neurophysiology of psychopaths are affecting sentencing of criminals with this trait.  In some cases, it has not swayed juries (e.g. Chicago).  In others, it has (Tennessee).  I think the whole story highlights flaws in our philosophy of culpability and punishment.  The crux of . . . → Read More: The psychopath’s brain and the courts