Criteria For Being a Human Individual
Ford (Norman)
Source: Norman Ford - When Did I Begin, 1988, Chapter 3
Paper - Abstract

Paper Summary


Contents

  1. Ordinary knowledge of human individuals – 65
  2. Personalist understanding of the human individual – 68
  3. Metaphysical understanding of the human individual – 72
  4. The same human individual as an adult or infant person – 75
  5. The human individual prior to birth – 79
  6. The traditional concept of person – 84
  7. Criteria for the presence of a human individual – 84
  8. The concept of an ontological individual – 86
  9. The concept of a living ontological individual – 91
  10. A potential person – 96
  11. The task ahead – 99

Comment:

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