Michael Gazzaniga was recently honored with the opportunity to give the prestigious Gifford Lectures. Fortunately for those of us who were not there to see his exciting series of talks, the good folks at the University of Edinburgh were kind enough to make them available on-line. I have posted the lectures over at the Law and Neuroscience Blog (see here) where you can now watch all five talks. Having watched through them in the past few days, I strongly encourage you to check them out--especially if you happen to be unfamiliar with his groundbreaking work on split brains and the interpreter module. If you don't have time to watch them all, Gazzaniga talks about the relevance of his work to the free will problem in the fourth talk.