Personal Identity (International Research Library of Philosophy)

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This philosophical work, which explores the concept of personal identity, includes coverage of the future, the past, the importance of self-identity, brain bisection and the unity of consciousness, the stream of consciousness, rationality, the fear of death, memory and more.

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Harold W. Noonan is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Birmingham. He is the author of The Routledge Philosophy GuideBook to Hume on Knowledge (Routledge 2000) and Frege (2001), and editor of Identity (1993).

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"review for first edition: Noonan writes with exceptional clarity, has a masterful command of the issues and of the literature, and is judicious, acute and clear-headed in his analysis and criticisms of arguments and positions."
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"Well informed and sophisticated discussion....Very rewarding and challenging."
-Mind
..."an ideal source book for those seeking a rigorous but accessible introduction to the topic. Noonan's discussions are fair and accurate, and his criticisms are often well-placed. Highly recommended."
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Book Description Dartmouth Publishing Co Ltd, UK, 1993. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 538 Pages. Boards and foredges of the page are lightly marked. Both boards are slightly sprung. This philosophical work, which explores the concept of personal identity, includes coverage of the future, the past, the importance of self-identity, brain bisection and the unity of consciousness, the stream of consciousness, rationality, the fear of death, memory and more. Book Description: This philosophical work, which explores the concept of personal identity, includes coverage of the future, the past, the importance of self-identity, brain bisection and the unity of consciousness, the stream of consciousness, rationality, the fear of death, memory and more. : Review: "review for first edition: Noonan writes with exceptional clarity, has a masterful command of the issues and of the literature, and is judicious, acute and clear-headed in his analysis and criticisms of arguments and positions."-Times Literary Supplement "Well informed and sophisticated discussion.Very rewarding and challenging."-Mind ."an ideal source book for those seeking a rigorous but accessible introduction to the topic. Noonan's discussions are fair and accurate, and his criticisms are often well-placed. Highly recommended."-Choice Size: 5.1 x 17.8 x 25.4 cm. 540 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Politics & Government; ISBN: 1855212994. ISBN/EAN: 9781855212992. Inventory No: X130-1192-H. Bookseller Inventory # X130-1192-H

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