Locke’s touchy subjects: materialism and immortality [Book Review]

Antonia LoLordo
University of Virginia
This is a review of Nick Jolley's book.
Keywords Locke  materialism  immortality  personal identity
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DOI 10.1080/09608788.2016.1176896
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