ABSTRACT. Our normal understanding of ourselves which I analyze in this paper is that parts of our bodies (arms, legs, and so on) are parts of ourselves; and so we must think of whole bodies also as parts of ourselves. But, given that bodies are only contingent parts of human beings, we can think instead of ourselves merely as souls causally connected to bodies.



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