In his book, I am You, Daniel Kolak offers yet another radical theory of personal identity: There is only one person, and that person is all of us. Daniel Kolak (born in Zagreb, Croatia) is a Croatian-American philosopher who works In his groundbreaking I Am You: the Metaphysical Foundations for Global Ethics, he writes: “The central thesis of I Am You – that we are all the same . Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp I Am You av Daniel Kolak på
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Dissertation, University of Maryland, College Park By k analysis, we are each a different human being. But the barriers between human beings–such as our each having a different physical body, different memories, a different stream of consciousness, different spatiotemporal positions, and so on–are not necessarily borders between persons. Personhood, I claim, is not reducible to anything but the I: Mackie have recently, folllowing Kant, called the “Transcendental I.
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Setup an account with your affiliations in order to access resources via your University’s proxy server Configure custom proxy use this if your affiliation does not provide a proxy. Garrett Thomson – – Synthese 3: The Metaphysics and Metapsychology of Personal Identity: Daniel Kolak – – American Philosophical Quarterly 30 1: The Motivation for Altruistic Behavior.
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Many Minds, No Persons. Carter – – Croatian Journal kklak Philosophy 2 1: Persons and Psychological Frameworks: A Critique of Tye. Elizabeth Schechter – – Journal of Consciousness Studies 16 Monthly downloads Sorry, there are not enough data points to plot this chart.
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