The Human Animal: Alternatives
Olson (Eric)
Source: The Human Animal, September 1999, Chapter 7, pp. 154-169
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  1. Discusses three claims that have been assumed in previous chapters:
    1. That we exist;
    2. That there is such a thing as absolute numerical identity1; and
    3. That we are not composed of temporal parts.
  2. One could avoid many of the book's arguments by denying any one of these claims.

Sections
  1. Are There Any People
  2. Relative Identity2
  3. Temporal Parts

Annotations3
  1. Are There Any People
  2. Relative Identity4
  3. Temporal Parts



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