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Personal Identity and the Rationality of Anticipating Others’ Experiences

Consider the two following cases:

Fission – Your right cerebral hemisphere and your left cerebral hemisphere are simultaneously and separately transplanted into the empty skulls of your two identical triplet siblings. 860 more words

Non Classé

Read -- 2018/02/18

Today’s selection of articles:

  1. A message from the club no one wants to join“, by Gregory Gibson (NY Times).

    When gun violence becomes commodified as content by the media, we consume it rather than experience it.

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On the Merge

On the Merge

Must my consciousness merge with A.I.?
Experts say that it must — so a sigh
Now escapes from the meat.
Such transcendence ain’t sweet. 19 more words

Reading for Leading #21: Exploring the identity we construct around our work

Exploring the identity we construct around our work

Reading for Leading is a weekly leadership tip shared every Monday morning as a pithy suggestion, question or reflection. 508 more words

Reading For Leading

God's Wake-Up Calls, My Third, Saturday 1/27/2108, Charlie Liebert

I as born into this world on 09/02/1941.  God gave me life in him on March 20, 1977, at thirty-five, in Greensboro, North Carolina, when I became a Christian. 661 more words

Christian Apologetics

Week Three: January 31, 2018

We have made it to the final week of January — the final week with our theme “Image”. This week I really wanted to complete a hands-on project, but lets be honest life got the best of me. 528 more words

Passion Project

Week Two: January 24, 2018

Personal Identity.

Continuing with the theme for the month — image — this week I really wanted to explore personal identity. The more I plan what passion projects I want to take on, the more I realize I need to know myself first. 1,262 more words

Passion Project