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Personal Identity and Moral Psychology

Kevin Tobia and I have co-written a paper on personal identity for the Oxford Handbook on Moral Psychology, edited by John Doris and Manuel Vargas. You can see the draft here. What’s particularly new and interesting about the entry is Kevin’s part of the project, which involves a survey and critical discussion of the state of the art on work about personal identity that has taken place in the psychology-heavy literature over the last 5-10 years. We then bring together that literature with the standard philosophy-heavy work on the topic since Locke. As we will get one more run on revising, we are interested in any thoughts you might have about it, preferably spelled out in the comments here.

3 Responses to Personal Identity and Moral Psychology

  1. D says:

    David, I am particularly interested in this. I am currently finishing work that incorporates ideas from this work, including from your previous work. I would greatly appreciate a manuscript if you have one

  2. Anonymous says:

    Manuscript should be available at the link above. Please let me know if you don’t have access.

  3. David Shoemaker says:

    How I was published as anonymous on that previous comment is beyond me.

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