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These are the papers on the subject of Personal Identity (and related topics) that I've actually read, sorted by sub-topic. My intention is to provide abstracts for them all, with jumping off points for further thoughts.


Sub-Topic Author Title Priority Abstract Source Pages
Substance Moreland (J.P.) & Rae (Scott) Human Persons as Substances or Property-Things 1 More
Moreland & Rae - Body & Soul - Human Nature and the Crisis in Ethics, Chapter 2 38
Substance Todman (Theo) Thesis - Substance 1 Abstract
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Substance Vieira (Celso) Which is more fundamental: processes or things? 1 Abstract
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Aeon, 06 November, 2017 3
Substance Wiggins (David) Continuants: Their Activity, Their Being, and Their Identity: Introduction 1 Abstract
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Wiggins (David) - Continuants: Their Activity, Their Being, and Their Identity 15
Substance Wiggins (David) Preamble (S&S) 1 More
Wiggins - Sameness and Substance, 1980 14
Substance Wiggins (David) Preface: Sameness and Substance 1 Abstract
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Wiggins - Sameness and Substance, 1980 4
Substance Wiggins (David) Preface: Sameness and Substance Renewed 1 Abstract
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Wiggins - Sameness and Substance Renewed, 2001 8
Substance Wikipedia Hylomorphism 1 Abstract
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Wikipedia, last modified on 1 January 2014 7
Substance Woolhouse (Roger) Leibniz and Substance 1 More
Woolhouse - Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz - The Concept of Substance in Seventeenth Century Metaphysics 21
Substance Woolhouse (Roger) Spinoza and Substance 1 Abstract
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Woolhouse - Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz - The Concept of Substance in Seventeenth Century Metaphysics 26



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