We feel unity across time, but is this solidified sense of self an illusion? If not an illusion, what enables personal identity? In what follows, I first flesh out the suspicion that thought experiments work differently in cases of the identity of persons by identifying the following. §6 Definition: “man” is a human animal. Locke appears to argue for this with examples. But he's really just defining the term “man.” §7 What is.
Is your identity given or created? - Marcus Lyon - TEDxExeter