Persons: Theories and Perceptions

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This volume grew out of a dissatisfaction with some issues that seem to be rooted in the Empiricist tradition. At least since Locke, that which is perceived has enjoyed a major share in any systematic account of what we claim to know. A main purpose of this study therefore is first to distinguish, and subsequently to relate, what can be perceived and what can be under- stood. To this end, the account of persons and personal identity begins with a description of selected types of sense perceptions. While writing a good part ...

Persons: Theories and Perceptions 1973, Springer

ISBN-13: 9789024715435

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