Roczniki Filozoficzne 69 (1):45-56 (2021)

Stanisław Judycki
Uniwersytetu Gdanskiego
This paper addresses two issues in Richard Swinburne’s book Are We Bodies or Souls? I interpret Swinburne’s modal argument as an example of a priori synthetic knowledge. Swinburne’s thesis that every person possesses “thisness” is compared with Kant’s distinction between the empirical character and the intelligible character.
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