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# Solved: Suppose that a function ƒ(x) is defined for all x

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## Solution for problem 8E Chapter 2.2

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Problem 8E

PROBLEM 8E

Suppose that a function ƒ(x) is defined for all x in [-1, 1] .Can anything be said about the existence of ? Give reasons for your answer.

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PHIL 1030 Week 10 Notes (3.27.17-3.31.17) Personal Identity  X and Y are qualitatively identical if they have all the same properties  X and Y are numerically identical if they are one in the same thing Soul View  A person just is his/her soul and will continue to exist as long as it does o Problems: We regularly make judgements about the identity of persons, but we lack any evidence about sameness of souls o Possible response: We can judge sameness of souls based on their characteristics  Problem: Why think it’s the soul rather than the characteristics that matter o Suppose the characteristics remain, but the soul does not o Suppose the soul remains, but the characte

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