Who Am I?

Cogito 4 (3):186-191 (1990)
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Adam Morton
University of British Columbia
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This is a popularisation of ideas current when it was written, on personal identity and the concept of a person, making a link with problems about 'knowing who' on the border of epistemology and the philosophy of language.
Keywords personal identity  knowing who
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DOI 10.5840/cogito19904334
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