Personal Identity and Ethical Theory
Shoemaker (David)
Source: Shoemaker (David) - Personal Identity and Ethics: A Brief Introduction, 2009, Chapter 8
Paper - Abstract

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Reductionism
  3. Reductionism and Utilitarianism
    • Rawls’ Impartial Spectator
  4. Morally Significant Metaphysical Units (MSMUs)
    • Persons
    • Selves
    • Momentary Experiencers, or Person-Atoms
  5. Reductionism and Alternative Ethical Theories
    • Interpersonal Connectedness1
    • Interpersonal Continuity
    • Rational Egoism
  6. Practical Commitments and Personal Identity
    • Kantianism
    • Communitarianism
    • The Practical Standpoint
    • The Subject of Experiences
    • The Theoretical Standpoint
  7. Conclusion
  8. Works Cited:-

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