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The Human AnimalPersonal Identity Without Psychology$

Eric T. Olson

Print publication date: 1999

Print ISBN-13: 9780195134230

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0195134230.001.0001

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(p.187) Index

(p.187) Index

Source:
The Human Animal
Publisher:
Oxford University Press
abortion 76–77
adverbs 37–41
amnesia 14, 41
amoebas 93, 114
amputees 146–147
Anscombe, G. E. M. 174 n. 14
Aristotle 28, 103
Austin, C. R. 174 n. 11
Ayers, Michael 19, 169 n. 4, 176 n. 3, 177 n. 7
Biological Approach to personal identity
introduced 16–19
Blake, William 128
Bodily Criterion of personal identity 19–20, 126, 142–144, 149–150
body, human 17, 19, 20, 81, 97, 101, 116, 126, 142–153, 174 n. 6
Boyle, Joseph 176–177 n. 5, 177 n. 6
brain death 8
brain transplant. See cerebrum transplant
brainstem 7, 10, 45, 133, 140–142
Brody, Baruch 170 n. 12
capacities, psychological 11–15, 74–76, 86–89, 113
cerebrum transplant 9–12, 17–18, 42–65, 87, 94, 114–119, 142, 151, 161, 163
Chisholm, Roderick 95, 170 n. 11, 171 n. 2, 178 n. 3
coma 8
complexity 128–130
composition 138, 156, 158
COMPROMISE (principle) 86
computers 17, 35, 124–125
constitution 17, 96, 101
continuity, psychological 11, 40, 71, 169 n. 5
counterpart theory 165–166
counting 166–167
Dawkins, Richard 129
Descartes, René 155
dualism, Cartesian 96–97, 125
dualism, “property” 126
embryos. See fetuses
events 138–140, 162
fetuses 4, 73–93, 111, 160, 163
“fission” cases 16, 46–52, 87
Flanagan, Owen 144 (p.188)
Ford, Norman 91
Frankfurt, Harry 103
Gert, Bernard 171 n. 3
Grice, H. P. 20
Grisez, Germain 176–177 n. 5, 177 n. 6
Grobstein, Clifford 75
Heller, Mark 175 n. 4
hemispherectomy 49–51
Hospers, John 20
Howard‐Snyder, Frances 177 n. 11
Hume, David 155
identity
criterion of 22–27, 33, 36, 84–85
relative 5–6, 159–162
immortality 71
incarnation, divine 72
infants 75–76
Johnston, Mark 12, 20, 173 n. 2, 176 n. 11
Kuhse, Helga 173 n. 4
Leibniz, G. W. F. 68
Leibniz’s Law 160
Lewis, David 20
lives 11, 114, 136–140
Lizza, John 175 n. 5
Locke, John 20, 57, 103, 125, 136–138, 172 n. 5
Lockwood, Michael 12, 74, 172 n. 4, 173 n. 3
Lowe, E. J. 172 n. 2
Mackie, J. L. 20
Margolis, Joseph 126
McLaren, Anne 174 n. 10
memory 13, 66, 170 n. 6
mereological essentialism 158
metabolism 127, 130, 135
modality, de re 161–162, 165–166
moral responsibility 57–62, 65–66, 107
Nagel, Thomas 20, 75
nominalism 154–155
Noonan, Harold 19, 20
Nozick, Robert 20
organisms
paraphrase 156–159
paraplegics 147–148
Parfit, Derek 20, 54–57, 71, 172 n. 5, 174 n. 12, 178 n. 1
“Parfitian successor” 57, 68
Parfit‐Shoemaker Thesis 54–57, 59, 71
parts, temporal. See temporal parts
people vs. persons 6
Perry, John 20, 116, 172 n. 1
persistence conditions. See identity, criterion of
persistent vegetative state 7, 17, 74, 87–88, 94, 111–114, 119, 159–160, 165–166
personhood 24, 102–108, 167
Lockean Account, introduced 103
phase sorts 29–31
physical criterion of personal identity 19, 126
Piaget, Jean 75
Pollock, John 19, 20, 143
Price, H. H. 20
pronouns 89–90
prudential concern 53–57, 59, 65–66
Psychological Approach to personal identity
introduced 12
Puccetti, Roland 169 n. 3, 172 n. 4 (p.189)
Quinlan, Karen 8
Quinton, Anthony 20, 173 n. 7
reference 160–161, 163–167
reincarnation 72
religious conversion 67
resurrection 71–72
Rosenberg, Jay 20, 21, 178 n. 13
Russell, Bertrand 20, 155
Sacks, Oliver 147
Schechtman, Marya 170 n. 6
Seifert, Josef 175–176 n. 8
selves 172 n. 2
set theory 162
Shoemaker, Sydney 20, 55, 71, 96
Singer, Peter 173 n. 4, 176 n. 9
Spinoza, Baruch 155
spleen 148
Stone, Jim 173 n. 4
Strawson, P. F. 20, 152
substance concepts 27–31, 36, 84–85, 110–111, 122, 144
Swinburne, Richard 103, 126
teleology 127–128, 130
temporal parts 5–6, 39, 162–168
Thomson, Judith Jarvis 19
Transplant Intuition 43–51, 56, 69
TRICK (principle) 84
Tye, Michael 148–149, 177 n. 12
Unger, Peter 15, 20, 37, 75, 82–84, 172 n. 3, 174 n. 8, 175 n. 7
Uniqueness Requirement 49
van Inwagen, Peter 19, 138, 172 n. 6, 177 n. 9
Veatch, Robert 176 n. 9
Warren, Mary Anne 173 n. 4
Wikler, Daniel 176 n. 9
Wilkes, Kathleen 169 n. 3
Williams, Bernard 19, 178 n. 13
zygote 90–93