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Locke on Personal Identity:
Consciousness and Concernment
Galen Strawson

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface xi
Chapter 1: Introduction 1
Chapter 2 : "Person" 5
Chapter 3: "Person . . . is a forensic term" 17
Chapter 4: Concernment 22
Chapter 5: Consciousness 30
Chapter 6:"Consciousness . . . is inseparable from thinking" 42
Chapter 7 : "From the inside" 50
Chapter 8 : "Person" Locke’s Definition 58
Chapter 9 : Consciousness Is Not Memory 72
Chapter 10 : Personal Identity 77
Chapter 11 : Psychological Connectedness 88
Chapter 12 : Transition (Butler Dismissed) 93
Chapter 13 : "But next . . . ": Personal Identity without Substantial Continuity 97
Chapter 14 : "And therefore . . . ": [I]-transfers, [Ag]-transfers, [P]-transfers 110
Chapter 15 : "A fatal error of theirs" 119
Chapter 16 : A Fatal Error of Locke’s? 125
Chapter 17 : Circularity? 131
Chapter 18 : The Distinction between [P] and [S] 135
Chapter 19 : Concernment and Repentance 139
Chapter 20 : Conclusion 150
Postface 157
Appendix 1 : "Of Identity and Diversity" by John Locke 163
Appendix 2 : A Defence of Mr. Locke’s Opinion Concerning Personal Identity by Edmund Law 233
References 253
Index 257

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