Identity: this time it's personal

Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy (forthcoming)
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Abstract

The view that it is possible for someone to think at a time without existing at that time is not only perfectly coherent but in harmony with an attractive externalist view of the mental. Furthermore, it offers plausible solutions to various puzzles of personal identity.

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Stephen Kearns
Florida State University

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