If you’re interested in issues to do with personal identity, and the conditions under which it does or does not endure, then you may want to check out:
another new interactive activity at my Philosophy Experiments web site.
This one is (sort of) based on a journal article titled "The Self and the Future", by Bernard Williams, which first appeared in The Philosophical Review in April 1970. It also references, Stephen Coleman’s, article, “Thought Experiments and Personal Identity”, which is well worth checking out.
As always any feedback about the new activity much appreciated. I read everything, even if I don’t always respond. The logic of this one is a little tricky, especially in the context of an argument I call “The first objection”, so hopefully you’ll let me know if you spot any obvious (or not so obvious) mistakes.
(Apologies if you’ve seen this before.)