Locke on Identity: The Scheme of Simple and Compound Things
Bolton (Martha Brandt)
Source: Barber (Kenneth F.) & Gracia (Jorge J.E.) - Individuation and Identity in Early Modern Philosophy (Descartes to Kant), 1994, pp. 103-132
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Sections

  1. Locke’s Perspectives on the Topic of Individuation1
  2. Individuation2 at a Moment
  3. ‘Such as is the Idea … Such Must Be the Identity’
  4. Simple versus Compounded Material Things
  5. Persons as Compounded Things
  6. Conclusion

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