Persistence - Bibliography
Sider (Ted) & Zimmerman (Dean)
Source: Ted Sider's website, 2004
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Authors’ Introduction

  1. Includes constitution, parthood, personal identity, time, meta-ontology, and other related topics
  2. Ted Sider, Dean Zimmerman, Rutgers University, January 2004
  3. Selected, topical bibliography
    • Causation1 and persistence: Johnson 1924, xviii-xxxvi, 66-101, 127-142; Broad 1925, 17- 38; Russell 1925; Swoyer 1984; Shoemaker 1979, 1980; Armstrong 1980; Zimmerman 1997a
    • Change: Lewis 1986a, pp. 202-204, 1988a; Haslanger 1989a; Lowe 1987, 1988a; Hinchliff 1996
    • Constitution: Wiggins 1968; Chisholm 1976, chapter 3; Geach 1980, sections 30-35, 106- 110; Thomson 1983; Burke 1994b
    • Criteria of identity: Perry 1975, introduction; Strawson 1976; Hirsch 1982
    • Fission: Williams 1973b; Parfit2 1975; Lewis 1983; Robinson 1985; Johnston 1989
    • Indeterminacy: Evans 1978; Parsons 1987; Lewis 1993
    • Meta-ontology: Carnap 1950; Putnam 1987, Lectures I and II; Sosa 1993
    • Parthood: Leonard and Goodman 1940; Simons 1987; Thomson 1983; van Inwagen 1990b; Lewis 1991, section 3.6
    • Personal identity: Perry 1975, introduction, and selections from Locke, Butler, Reid; Williams 1975; Parfit3 1984, part 3
    • Temporal parts: Quine 1963; Lewis 1986a, pp. 202-204; van Inwagen 1990a
    • Time: McTaggart 1908; Broad 1923, pp. 53-84, 1938, pp. 309-319; Williams 1951; Prior 1959, 1968a, 1970; Smart 1963, chapter VII; Mellor 1981

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