Being, Identity, and Truth

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xiii
  • Analytical Table of Contents xv
  • I- ''Like Breathing, Only Quieter'' 1
  • II- Death and Other Difficulties 24
  • III- Selfsame 42
  • IV- Myself 67
  • V- ''somewhether'' and ''thether'' 86
  • VI- Kooky Objects 112
  • VII- Pains and Brains 143
  • VIII- Where and When 169
  • IX- Being, Ontology, and Reality 191
  • Bibliography 212
  • Index 215
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