Journal of Consciousness Studies 22 (11-12):8-19 (2015)

Mihretu P. Guta
Biola University
The essays in this volume focus on the notion of the first-person pro-noun ‘I’, the notion of the self or person,1 and the notion of the first-person perspective. Let us call these the three notions. Ever since Descartes set the initial tone in his Meditations, modern philosophical controversies concerning the three notions have continued unabated. Part of the reason for ongoing debates has to do with the sorts of questions that the three notions give rise to.
Keywords Self  First-Person Pronoun 'I'  Descartes
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