Papers Yet To Be Logged
This Page provides (where held) the Abstract of the above Book and those of all the Papers contained in it.


This is an Electronic Pseudo-Book to record papers related to my Thesis on the topic of Personal Identity, or on other matters of interest, that I've not yet had time to log in my database.

I intend to list them here by category, and record the authors' names so that I will be alerted by the various links that I have these works.


  1. Ladislau Boloni: From the philosophy of personal identity to the laws of agent societies
  2. Ross P. Cameron: Truthmakers, Realism and Ontology
  3. Kit Fine: In Defence of Three-Dimensionalism
  4. Erlendur Haraldsson:-
    → Birthmarks and Claims of Previous-Life Memories: I. The Case of Purnima Ekanayake (Link)
    → Birthmarks and Claims of Previous-Life Memories: II. The Case of Chatura Karunaratne (Link)
    → Children who speak of a past life experience: Is there a psychological explanation? (Link)
    → West- and East-Europeans and their belief in reincarnation (Link)
    → Three randomly selected Lebanese cases of children who claim memories of a past life (Link)
    → Psychological characteristics of children who speak of a previous life: A further field study in Sri Lanka (Link)
    → Children who speak of a previous life as a Buddhist monk (Link)
  5. Thomas Land: Conceptualism and the Objection from Animals
  6. Robin LePoidevin: Special Issue of Philosophy on Being: Developments in Contemporary Metaphysics - Introduction
  7. E.J. Lowe: Two Notions of Being: Entity and Essence
  8. James G. Matlock: Bibliography of Reincarnation Resources Online (Link)
  9. D.H. Mellor: Micro-Composition
  10. Scott A. Shalkowski: Essence and Being
  11. Ted Sider: Monism and Statespace Structure
  12. Peter Simons: Modes of Extension: Comments on Kit Fine’s ‘In Defence of Three-Dimensionalism’
  13. Peter Van Inwagen: Existence1
    → Contents
    → Preface
    → Introduction - inside and outside the ontology room
    → Five questions
    → Can variables be explained away
    → Quine’s 1946 lecture on nominalism
    → Alston on ontological commitment
    Causation2 and the mental
  14. J. Robbie G. Williams: Working Parts: Reply to Mellor



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