Social Philosophy and Policy 22 (2):49-69 (2005)
|Abstract||In her recent book Persons and Bodies1, Lynne Rudder Baker has defended what she calls the constitution view of persons. On this view, persons are constituted by their bodies, where “constitution” is a ubiquitous, general metaphysical relation distinct from more familiar relations, such as identity and part-whole composition|
|Keywords||Constitution Metaphysics Social Agency Baker, Lynne Rudder|
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