The Moral Structure of the Person

Review of Metaphysics 14 (3):369 - 388 (1961)

Abstract

1. A person is a unique, indivisible, but complex unity of sensing, feeling, desiring, remembering, imagining, thinking. These interpenetrating activities are phases of a self-identifying agent capable of self-consciousness. There is also a subconscious phase of this continuant agent or personal self.

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