Dialogue on Personal Identity and Immortality , philosophy homework help
Why does Weirob think that on the view of a person that Miller introduces at the beginning of the Second Night of the dialogue it is necessary to have a criterion for distinguishing between seeming and actual memory? In connection with this, explain why Weirob thinks that Miller’s use of memory as a criterion for reidentifying persons over time is circular, given his account of what a person is. Can Weirob use memory as a non-circular criterion for reidentifying persons over time, given her account of what a person is? Explain.