), University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press. I shall confine my discussion to his account of our own personal identity. Pp. Essays on the Intellectual Powers of Man Thomas Reid 1969 Thomas Reid was the seventeenth century Scottish philosopher who, during his professorship at King's College in Aberdeen, led the attack upon Humean skepticism, then both wide-based and historically deep-rooted in Scottish thought. From Essays on the Intellectual Powers of Man, Thomas Reid 1785 Chapter 6: Locke’s account of our personal identity In a chapter on identity and diversity, Locke makes has made many ingenious and sound observations, and some that I think can’t be defended.

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