There Are No Criteria For Identity Over Time
Merricks (Trenton)
Source: Noûs, Vol. 32, No. 1 (Mar., 1998), pp. 106-124
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    Argues that the doctrine of criteralism wherein there are no criteria of personal identity over time is false.
  1. Identification of evidence and grounds for judging facts of identity;
  2. Questions on the possibility of intermittent existence1;
  3. influence of spatiotemporal continuity on criterialism;
  4. Arguments on the generation of criterialism through kind membership.

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