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  1. Do Those Diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease Lose Their Souls? Whitehead and Stengers on Persons, Propositions and the Soul.Michael Halewood - unknown
    In this article, I use the work of Alfred North Whitehead and Isabelle Stengers to challenge the biomedical and commonsense view that those diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease suffer an irreparable and inevitable loss of self and that this loss is inextricably tied to a decline in linguistic capability which itself bears immediate witness to a deterioration in the brain. Through an analysis of Whitehead's provocative conceptualization of the soul, and Stengers' reading of this, I suggest that it is possible to (...)
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