|The Survival of the Sentient|
|Source: Philosophical Perspectives, Vol. 14, Oct2000, p325, 24p|
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Argues that with the biological approach, there cannot possibly be any philosophically adequate view of our existence or persistence. View that psychological approach is the only adequate approach for those non-personal sentient beings who will be found with typical living animals in the normal course of events; Conjecture that perhaps there are no ordinary entities.
… Note: Finessing Questions about Materially Coincident Entities.
Footnote 2: “Serson” / “Seople” is Unger’s neologism for the sentient, whether or not they are persons.
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