A Dialogue on Personal Identity and Immortality
Perry (John)
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BOOK ABSTRACT:

Summary

    This booklet is dealt with in detail in "Shoemaker (David) - Personal Identity and Ethics: A Brief Introduction", which I’m annotating exhaustively, so I’ll content myself here with lifting the introductory paragraph and the “Footnotes”, which give a flavour of what the dialogue is about.

Introductory Paragraph
    This is a record of conversations of Gretchen Weirob, a teacher of philosophy at a small mid-western college, and two of her friends. The conversations took place in her hospital room on the three nights before she died from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. Sam Miller is a chaplain and a long-time friend of Weirob's; Dave Cohen is a former student of hers.

Footnotes
  1. THE FIRST NIGHT:
  2. THE SECOND NIGHT:
  3. THE THIRD NIGHT:



In-Page Footnotes ("Perry (John) - A Dialogue on Personal Identity and Immortality")

Footnote 4:
BOOK COMMENT:

Hackett Publishing Company, Indianapolis, 1978



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