Persons and Personal Identity
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|Persons and Personal Identity|
|Author's Name||Affiliation||Paper Title|
|Mary T. Clark||Plotinus, Augustine, Aquinas, K.Wojtyla on Person and Ego|
|Stefan Gandler||Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro||Difference and Identity|
|Simon Glynn||Florida Atlantic University||Identity, Perception, Action and Choice in Contemporary and Traditional "No-Self" Theories|
|Maija Kúle||University of Latvia||Understanding of Intersubjectivity and Life in Theodors Celm's Philosophical Works|
|Erin McCarthy||University of Ottawa||The Space of the Self: An analysis of the notion of subjective spatiality in the philosophy of Watsuji Tetsuro|
|Jurate Morkuniene||Lithuanian Institute of Philosophy and Sociology||The Preconditions of Social Identity of a Small State in Transition to Democracy|
|Daniel E. Palmer||Purdue University||Parfit, the Reductionist View, and Moral Commitment|
|Stanley Riukas||Hume's Ontology of Personhood|
|Vitaly V. Tsuckerman||Foundation or Individual in a Determinate Universe|
|Amos Yong||Bethany College||Personal Selfhood(?) and Human Experience in Whitehead's Philosophy of Organism|
|Mark Zuss||Lehman College||On the Futures of the Subject|
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