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Yes we are a little behind in our class schedule so these are technically Week 12 notes but we have just finished them for Week 11! These notes will help for the last exam we have right before the ...
Introduction to Philosophy
Katz, Matthew
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PHL 100
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Date Created: 04/08/16
Ajane, Craig PHL 100 Professor Katz 4/7/16 Craig 1 Week 12 of PHL 100 Notes  Who am I? If a person A, who exists at one time, and person B exists at another time, are the same person,  what makes them the same? (What do they have in common?) Ex: Mat in 1982 (person A) Vs. Mat in 2016 (person B) What do these two have in common such that they’re the same person? Possible answers: ­ Physical characteristics and not personality ( looking the same) If A and B were the same person then they look similar And  If A and B look similar then A and B are the same person John Locke “Man” Some successive body “Person” Thinking, intelligent being Physical objects Collection of features (think of needles in the pincushion) + A bare particular     (think of pincushion) What Locke means for the “soul” is = bare particular for human beings Ajane, Craig PHL 100 Professor Katz 4/7/16 Craig 2 Collection of features/ properties (same physical, same mental)  features this indistinguishable  from any other bare particular + Bare particular   Locke’s argument The soul is not the answer to our question: ­ Because goals are undetectable, we don’t know if we leave the same soul today as yesterday,  or as a minute ago or if souls “bounce” from person to person. \ Argument that its consciousness, not the body.  Imagine the consciousness of a prince leaving the body of a prince and enters the body of a cobbler (shoe repair man) and vice versa  Ex: Freaky Friday, The­ change up  Everyone else would treat the creature with prince consciousness as the prince, and the  creature with cobbler, consciousness as the cobbler.


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