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Dainton, Barry F. 2000. Stream of Consciousness: Unity and continuity in conscious experience. London: Routledge.

Dainton, Barry F. 1996. "Survival and Experience," Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society Supp: 17-36

Dancy, Jonathan. 1997. Reading Parfit (Oxford: Blackwell).

Contents: Philip Pettit and Michael Smith, "Parfit's P," David. O. Brink "Rational Egoism and the Separateness of Persons," Sydney Shoemaker "Parfit on Identity," Mark Johnston "Human Concerns without Superlative Selves," Simon Blackburn "Has Kant refuted Parfit?" Judith Jarvis Thomson "People and Their Bodies," John McDowell "Reductionism and the First Person," Robert Merrihew Adams "Should Ethics be More Impersonal?" and other essays.

Daniels, Charles B. 1969. "Personal Identity," American Philosophical Quarterly 6(3)

Daniels, N. 1979. "Moral Theory and the Plasticity of Persons," Monist 62: 265-287

Davies, Bronwyn and Rom Harre. 1991. Positioning: The Discursive Production of Selves. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 20(1): 44-63.

Davies, Martin. 2000. Persons And Their Underpinnings. Philosophical Explorations. 3 (1).

Davis, Fred. 1972. Illness Interaction and the Self . Wadsworth Publishing Company

Davis, L. H. 1989. "Self-Consciousness in Chimps and Pigeons," Philosophical Psychology 2 (3): 249-59.

Dean, Carolyn J. 1992. The Self and Its Pleasures: Bataille, Lacan, and the History of the Decentered Subject . Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Deigh, John (Ed). 1992. Ethics and Personality: Essays in Moral Psychology Chicago: University of Chicago Press

Deikman, Arthur J. 1996. "I = Awareness," Journal of Consciousness Studies 3 (4): 350-6

Deikman, Arthur J. 1982. The Observing Self: Mysticism and Psychotherapy. Boston: Beacon Press.

De Laguna, Grace Mead Andrus. 1963. "The Person." Review of Metaphysics 17: 171-86.

Deleuze, Gilles. 1953. Empirisme et subjectivite: essay sur la nature humaine selon Hume . Paris: Presses universitaires de France.

DeMunck, Victor. 2000. Culture, Self, and Meaning. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press.

Dennett, Daniel. A Bibliography by Eddie Yeghiayan

Dennett, Daniel. 1990. "The Reality of Selves," in Dennett Consciousness Explained . Boston: Little, Brown and Company: pp. 412-430.

Dennett, Daniel C. 1989. "The Origins of Selves," Cogito, 3, 163-73; Reprinted in Daniel Kolak and R. Martin, eds., Self & Identity: Contemporary Philosophical Issues, Macmillan, 1991.

Dennett, Daniel. 1988. "Why everyone is a novelist," Times Literary Supplement, 4459 (Sept.16-22, 1988): 1016, 1028-29; Note: Dennett himself sometimes cites this as "Why we are all novelists," which is not the published title. This also appears as "The Self as the Center of Narrative Gravity," in F. Kessel, P. Cole, and D. Johnson, eds., Self and Consciousness: Multiple Perspectives . Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 1992. Danish translation, "Selvet som fortællingens tyngdepunkt," Philosophia, 15, 275-88, 1986.

Dennett, Daniel. 1975. "Conditions of Personhood," in Rorty (1975): 175-196

Daprati, E., Franck, N., Georgieff, N., Proust ,J., Pacherie, E., Dalery, J., Jeannerod M. 1997. Looking for the agent : an investigation into consciousness of action and self-consciousness in schizophrenic patients. Cognition, 65, 71-86.

Deutsch, Eliot. 1992. Creative Being : The Crafting of Person and World. Honolulu: Univ of Hawaii Press.

Di Nicola, Giulia Paola. 1996. "Personnalisme et Feminisme pour le Nouvelle Europe." Le Fideralisme Personnaliste aux Sources de l9 Europe de Demain. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft.

Dissanayake, Wimal. 1996. Narratives of Agency: Self-Making in China, India, and Japan . Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Dissanayake, Wimal, Thomas P. Kasulis, and Roger T. Ames (Eds). 1994. Self As Person in Asian Theory and Practice. Albany: State Univ of New York Press.

Ditz, T.L. 1994. "Shipwrecked - Or, Masculinity Imperiled - Mercantile Representations of Failure and the Gendered Self in 18th-Century Philadelphia." Journal of American History, 81, (1): 51-80.

Dixon, Beth. 1992. "Gender and the Problem of Personal Identity," Personalist Forum 8 #1 Supplement: 259-263.

Doepke, Frederick, C. 1996. The Kinds of Things: a Theory of Personal Identity Based on Transcendental Argument. Chicago: Open Court.

Doi, Takeo. 1986. Omote to ura. English: The anatomy of self: the individual versus society, translated by Mark A. Harbison. Tokyo: Kodansha International: New York: Kodansha International/USA: Distributed by Harper & Row.

Doonan, Kevin. 1991. "Person: a Key Concept for Ethics," Lincare Quarterly, 58 (4): 38-49.

Doore, G.L. 1982. "Mackie on Personal Identity," Mind 91: 593-598

Doran, Kevin. 1989. What Is a Person: The Concept and the Implications for Ethics (Problems in Contemporary Philosophy, Vol. 22). Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press.

Douven, Igor. 1999. "Marc Slors on Personal Identity." Philosophical Explorations, 2 (2).

Dresser, Rebecca. 1990. "Personal Identity and Punishment." Boston University Law Review, v. 70, (3): 395-

DuBay, William H. 1987. Gay identity: the self under ban. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co.

Duddy, T. 1996. Mind, Self and Interiority. Aldershot: Avebury Press.

Dumouchel, Paul. 1996 "Persona: Reason and Representation in Hobbes's Political Philosophy," Substance 8.

Duska, Ronald. "On Confusing Human Beings and Persons," Realism 59: 158-165.

Duval, Shelley and Robert A. Wicklund. 1972. A theory of objective self awareness. New York, Academic Press. Dwyer, J. 1991. "Enlightened Spectators and Classical Moralists - The Self, Society, and Philosophy - Sympathetic Relations in 19th-Century Scotland" Eighteenth Century Life, 15, (1-2): 96-

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