Being in Two Minds
Wilkes (Kathleen)
Source: Wilkes - Real People: Personal Identity Without Thought Experiments, Chapter 5
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Sections

  1. The problem introduced – 132
  2. Our two brains – 133
  3. Commissurotomy1 – 136
  4. Philosophical perplexities – 140
  5. The language of brains – 143
  6. Some semi-parallels – 145
  7. P.S.: an apparent exception – 152
  8. Confabulation and the drive to minimize disunity – 154
  9. How should we explain conflicts? – 157
  10. Counting minds – 161
  11. A final word on the brain – 166

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