|Personal Identity: The Dualist Theory|
|Source: Shoemaker & Swinburne - Personal Identity, 1984, pp. 1-66|
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Also excerpted in "Van Inwagen (Peter) & Zimmerman (Dean) - Metaphysics: The Big Questions".
Write-up1 (as at 18/12/2010 19:58:05): Swinburne - Personal Identity: The Dualist Theory
This write-up is a review of "Swinburne (Richard) - Personal Identity: The Dualist Theory". Lest I forget, in due course I need to review the other components of "Shoemaker (Sydney) & Swinburne (Richard) - Personal Identity", namely "Shoemaker (Sydney) - Personal Identity: a Materialist Account", "Shoemaker (Sydney) - Reply to Swinburne" and "Swinburne (Richard) - Reply to Shoemaker".
1. Empiricist Theories
2. The Dualist Theory
3. Dualism and Verifiability
4. The Evidence of Personal Identity
… Further details to be supplied2
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