- Recalling the Problem of the Many1
- A Couple of Comments on that Comparatively Uninteresting Problem
- The Experiential Problem of the Many2
- How the Singularity of Experiencing May Favor Substantial Dualism
- Many Overlapping Experiencers, but only One of Them Now Experiencing?
- Some Cases of Singular Causal Resolution
- An Immaterial Experiencer’s Causally Resolved Singularity Is a Relevant Singularity
- These Are Metaphysical Matters, Transcending All Purely Semantic Issues
- These Problems Transcend Questions of Spatial Boundary: On Complex Complexes
- Problems of Propensitively Redundant Propensitive Contributors
- Our Experiential Problem Doesn’t Presuppose any Suspicious Identifications
- The Problem of Too Many Real Choosers
- Wholly Immaterial Souls Favored over Emergentist Physical-and-Mental Complexes
- A Singular Physical Manifestation of Many Choosers’s Powers to Choose?
- Do These Problems Favor Substantial Dualism over Its Most Salient Alternatives
- Some Less Salient Options to a Quasi-Cartesian Substantial Dualism
- Aren’t Immaterial Souls Really Just Eliminable Middlemen?
- Wholly Immaterial Souls Are Generated Abruptly, Not Gradually
- Our Own Souls and the Wholly Immaterial Souls of Nonhuman Animals
- Metaphysically Material Ruminations about Extraordinarily Different Gestations
- People and Nonhuman Animals Again: Might All Souls be Equally Powerful Individuals?
- Bodily Flexibility as regards Individualistically-directed Soulful Propensity
- Taking Stock and Moving On
APPENDIX: Beyond Discriminative Vagueness, Safe from Nihilistic Sorites3
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