I’m Not a Person: Five Reasons

Let’s say someone is a person if and only if he possesses self-awareness, consciousness, rationality, the ability to communicate, and so on.[1] Call that the standard view. The standard view
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Let’s say someone is a person if and only if he possesses self-awareness, consciousness, rationality, the ability to communicate, and so on.[1] Call that the standard view. The standard view is found in Singer, Glover, Tooley, Lowe, Williams, McMahan, and Parfit and goes at least as far back as Locke. According to the standard view, [...]

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