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Locke and original sin

Locke Studies 12:201-219 (2012)

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  1. The Biblical Roots of Locke's Theory of Personal Identity.Diego Lucci - 2021 - Zygon 56 (1):168-187.
    Locke’s consciousness-based theory of personal identity resulted not only from his agnosticism on substance, but also from his biblical theology. This theory was intended to complement and sustain Locke’s moral and theological commitments to a system of otherworldly rewards and sanctions as revealed in Scripture. Moreover, he inferred mortalist ideas from the Bible, rejecting the resurrection of the same body and maintaining that the soul dies at physical death and will be resurrected by divine miracle. Accordingly, personal identity is neither (...)
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