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Constitution View - Objections

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Table of the Previous 3 Versions of this Note:

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18/12/2010 19:58:05 1329 Constitution View - Objections
26/11/2007 23:25:26 1233 Constitution View - Objections
12/08/2007 10:17:46 520 Constitution View - Objections



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06/02/2018 23:35:31 None available Constitution

Summary of Note Links from this Page

Animalism - Objections Animals Awaiting Attention (Personal Identity) Constitution Constitution View
Dion and Theon Fetuses First-Person Perspective Mereology Person
Resurrection Sorites Thinking Animal Argument Tibbles the Cat  

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Animalism, 2 Baker Constitution, 2 Fetuses Mereology
Research - Proposal Thesis - Chapter 09 (Arguments against the Constitution View) Thesis - Current Stance Thinking Animal Argument  

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Authors, Books & Papers Citing this Note

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Hershenov (David) Review of Nancy Murphy's 'Bodies and Souls, or Spirited Bodies?' Paper High Quality Abstract   Yes
Olson (Eric) The Zombies Among Us Paper Low Quality Abstract    
Todman (Theo) Thesis - Animalism Paper Medium Quality Abstract 2 Yes
Todman (Theo) Thesis - Baker Paper Medium Quality Abstract   Yes
Todman (Theo) Thesis - Chapter 09 (Arguments against the Constitution View) Paper Medium Quality Abstract   Yes
Todman (Theo) Thesis - Constitution Paper Medium Quality Abstract 2 Yes
Todman (Theo) Thesis - Constitution View - Objections Paper Medium Quality Abstract   Yes
Todman (Theo) Thesis - Current Position Paper Medium Quality Abstract   Yes
Todman (Theo) Thesis - Fetuses Paper Medium Quality Abstract   Yes
Todman (Theo) Thesis - Mereology Paper Medium Quality Abstract   Yes
Todman (Theo) Thesis - Thinking Animal Argument Paper Medium Quality Abstract   Yes



References & Reading List

Author Title Medium Source Read?
Baker (Lynne Rudder) Brief Reply to Rosenkrantz's Comments on my 'The Ontological Status of Persons' Paper - Cited Low Quality Abstract Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 65, September 2002, pp. 394-395 Yes
Baker (Lynne Rudder) Persons and Bodies: A Constitution View Book - Cited (via Paper Cited) High Quality Abstract Bibliographical details to be supplied Yes
Baker (Lynne Rudder) Replies to Zimmerman, Rea & Pereboom Paper - Cited Low Quality Abstract Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 64.3 (May 2002), pp. 623-635 No
Baker (Lynne Rudder) The Coherence Of the Constitution View of Human Persons Paper - Cited Medium Quality Abstract Baker (Lynne) - Persons and Bodies, Chapter 8 Yes
Baker (Lynne Rudder), Etc. E-Symposium on 'Persons & Bodies: A Constitution View' Book - Cited Low Quality Abstract Baker (Lynne Rudder), Etc. - E-Symposium on 'Persons & Bodies: A Constitution View' Yes
Burke (Michael) Persons and Bodies: How to Avoid the New Dualism Paper - Cited Low Quality Abstract American Philosophical Quarterly, 34 (4), 1997: 457-467 No
De Waal (Frans) The Ape and the Sushi Master: Cultural Reflections of a Primatologist Book - Cited High Quality Abstract De Waal (Frans) - The Ape and the Sushi Master: Cultural Reflections of a Primatologist 21%
Garrett (Brian) The Story of I: Some Comments on L.R.Baker 'Persons & Bodies' Paper - Cited Medium Quality Abstract Field Guide to the Philosophy of Mind, 2001, e-Symposium on "Persons & Bodies: A Constitution View" Yes
Noonan (Harold) Arguments Against Animalism: Comments on L.R.Baker 'Persons & Bodies' Paper - Cited Field Guide to the Philosophy of Mind, 2001, e-Symposium on "Persons & Bodies: A Constitution View" Yes
Olson (Eric) Papers on Identity Boxes: Vol 13 (Olson) Book - Cited (via Paper Cited) Low Quality Abstract Bibliographical details to be supplied 24%
Olson (Eric) Review of Lynne Baker's 'Persons And Bodies' Paper - Cited Medium Quality Abstract Mind, 110, Number 438, April 2001, pp. 427-430(4) No
Olson (Eric) Thinking Animals and the Constitution View Paper - Cited Low Quality Abstract Field Guide to the Philosophy of Mind, 2001, e-Symposium on "Persons & Bodies: A Constitution View" Yes
Olson (Eric) Thinking Animals and the Reference of 'I' Paper - Cited Low Quality Abstract Philosophical Topics 30: 189-208. 2002 Yes
Olson (Eric) What are We? Book - Cited (via Paper Cited) Medium Quality Abstract Bibliographical details to be supplied 57%
Olson (Eric) What Are We? Constitution Paper - Cited High Quality Abstract What Are We? A Study in Personal Ontology, Chapter 3 (November 2007: Oxford University Press.) 24%
Pereboom (Derek) On Baker's Persons and Bodies Paper - Cited Low Quality Abstract Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 64.3 (May 2002), pp. 615-622 No
Rea (Michael) Lynne Baker on Material Constitution Paper - Cited Low Quality Abstract Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 64.3 (May 2002), pp. 607-614 No
Rosenkrantz (Gary) Reflections on the Ontological Status of Persons Paper - Cited Medium Quality Abstract Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 65, September 2002, pp. 389-393 Yes
Sider (Ted) Review of Lynne Rudder Baker, Persons and Bodies Paper - Cited High Quality Abstract Journal of Philosophy 99 (2002): 45-48 Yes
Zimmerman (Dean) Persons and Bodies: Constitution Without Mereology? Paper - Cited Low Quality Abstract Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 64.3 (May 2002), pp. 599-606 No



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