Bodily Continuity and Personal Identity
Coburn (Robert)
Source: Analysis 20.5, 1960, pp.117-120
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  1. The author "registers certain misgivings" with arguments that the "spatio-temporal continuity of a physical body is always a necessary condition of personal identity."
  2. He discusses the arguments of Bernard Williams and G.C. Nerlich.

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