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Locke John 1632-1704, Personalism


In thin paper I shall examine the problem of personal Identity ns dealt with by John Locke. There are related issues that set the groundwork for his discussion of the personal identity problem. These issues include 'person' in the technical sense ns distinct from ’man,' the relation of eta terial and immaterial substance, the nature of mind, and consciousness.