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Matthews perfects the BJ process so that the copying process is just as reliable as whatever goes on when memories are preserved in the original brain. Perry answers this problem by saying that we can still regard the person as the same by the relative "similarity" of the person to how they were in the past, and that "[the] sameness of body is a reliable sign of sameness of all; of soul".
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Second Night Personal Identity without Bodily Identity Miller begins the second night by proposing the following consideration: Perhaps not in Iraq. I give you these souls. The process has put into the body of person B the memoriesbehavioral dispositionsand psychological characteristics of the person who prior to undergoing the process belonged to person A ; and conversely with person B.
Since we can never see or sense that souls are around, then we can never justify the claim that souls are correlated with bodies. Next, Williams asked one to consider several similar scenarios.
Rather, personal identity is the whole stretch of conscious moments, connected together in the right psychological way. It does not work. M and C explain that the memory theory has a number of attractive features: Instead of finding fault with Weirob's reasoning, however, Miller instead claims that there is a correlation between bodies and souls, which is why we can conclude that a certain soul is around whenever a certain body is.
For example, let us say that a brain copy is possible, and that my brain is exactly copied with all the memories it contains.
Hume, however, denies that there is a distinction between the various features of a person and the mysterious self that supposedly bears those features. Descartes, Butler, Clarke, Reid, Chisholm, most of the Western religious tradition Reductionist Theories of PI PI reduces to fill in the blank Same body; same brain; memory; psychological continuity and connectedness; some combination of these.
Matthews is working on, brain rejuvenation. Being God, couldn't he have also--if he had wanted to--created a second sort of being.
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Halsey helped; a music fan, he enjoyed inviting Barbara to dinner aboard ship, to play the piano for the staff. Hume also investigated a person's character, the relationship between human and animal nature, and the nature of agency. One student questioned why he refuses to entertain the possibility that China has brought some welcome changes to Tibet.
John Perry, A Dialogue on Personal Identity and Immortality (not “Immorality”!) W then argues that we would have no justification for believing that the “Same body, same soul” principle is true. it is not sufficient for personal identity on the memory theory that the memories appear real to the person who has them, we also.
John Perry’s Dialogue (A) First Night personal identity consists in sameness of immaterial soul.”) (B) Second Night In the second night, Miller tries a new tack, arguing for a “stage theory” of personal identity. The second night concludes with a discussion of whether the memory theory is sufficient to give us immortality.
Body theory of personal identity (perry) X and Y are the same person if and only if X and Y have the same body. David from Perry dialogue says to think of bodily identity in person-stages--> it is conceivable to wake up in a different body and still be you so body theory is incorrect.
1 Dialogue on Personal Identity & Immortality& Immortality Theories of Personal Identity • Same Soul Theory: A person at one time is the very same person as a person at a later time if and only if they have the very same immaterial soulvery same immaterial soul. At the end of the first dialogue, Gretchen claims that her own belief is that a person is just a live human body.
Personal identity is therefore based on sameness of the physical body. Perry's A Dialogue on Personal Identity and Immortality. 1. The First Night The Challenge. Weirob challenges her friend Miller to comfort her on her death bed by showing that there is, at the very least, the mere possibility of her surviving after her death.
The next three nights, then, are spent arguing whether such a thing is possible.A discussion on the aspects of body memory and soul in john perrys a dialogue on personal identity a