Identity - Philosophical Topics

Philosophical Topics

  • Identity (philosophy), also called sameness, is whatever makes an entity definable and recognizable
  • Law of identity, principle of logic stating that an object is the same as itself
  • Personal identity (philosophy), the numerical identity (continuity of existence) of persons through time

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