Personal identity

It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into [[::Self (philosophy)|Self (philosophy)]]. (Discuss) En philosophie, the issue of personal identity concerns the conditions under which a person at one time is the same person at another time. An analysis of personal identity provides a set of necessary and sufficient conditions for the identity of the person over time. This concept of personal identity is sometimes referred to as the diachronic problem of personal identity. It contrasts with the synchronic problem, which is the question of what constitutes personhood at a time - what kind of thing is a personJohn Locke considered personal identity (or the self to be founded on consciousness, and neither on the soul nor on the substance (or the body) (see Consciousness as the basis of personal identity (John Locke)).  The problem of personal identity is at the center of discussions about survival of death and immortality. In order to survive death, there has to be a person after death who is the same person as the person who died. So in virtue of what is the post-death individual the same person as the earlier temporal stage of the person who it is claimed is survived in the post-death individualThere have been many thought experiments about personal identity, par exemple, "swamp man".  Further reading Daniel Dennett, Where am I? Derek Parfit, Raisons et personnes, partie 3. Bernard Williams, The Self and the Future, in Philosophical Review 79. Personal life Ship of Theseus (about identity of things generally, not only of persons) John Locke, Of Ideas of Identity and Diversity See also Identity and change Personally identifiable information Privacy Consciousness as the basis of personal identity (John Locke) External link Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy entry on personal identity This philosophy-related article is a stub. You can help The Psychology Wiki by expanding it. pt:Identidade pessoal This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia (voir les auteurs).

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