Monthly Archives: March 2015

Notes on the Relationship between Persons and Embodiment

N.L. Kirsch, J. Jeffrey, A. Putman, & P. Zeiger “The work of the philosopher consists in assembling reminders for a particular purpose.” Wittgenstein, Philosophical Investigations, ยง127. The following is a set of “Notes” or “Reminders”, that summarize the conceptual “point” … Continue reading

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Persons and Embodied Mechanisms

N.L. Kirsch, J. Jeffrey, A. Putman, & P. Zeiger (with an acknowledgement to C.J. Stone, for editing above and beyond the call of duty) In several places, including Ossorio (2006/2013), Behavior of Persons, pp. 83-89, Ossorio asks, how can the … Continue reading

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Persons and Embodiment, Part 3

N.L. Kirsch, J. Jeffrey, A. Putman, & P. Zeiger The post below (that is, the text below the double line) requires some explanation, including a summary of the negotiation stages that led to this version. Specifically, it is a revision … Continue reading

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