A Puzzle About First-Person Imagination

Philosophical Studies (8):1-21 (2023)
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It is easy to imagine being someone else from the first-person point of view. Such imaginings give rise to a puzzle. In this paper I explain what the puzzle is and then consider several existing attempts of solving the puzzle. I argue that these attempts are unsuccessful. I propose a Lewisian account of first-person imagination and make the case that this account has the potential to solve the puzzle.

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Clas Weber
University of Western Australia


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