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Eccles, John C. 1994. How the self controls its brain. Berlin & New York: Springer-Verlag.

Edge, Hoyt L. 2002. Dualism and the Self: A Cross-cultural Perspective. In Parapsychology, Philosophy, and the Mind , Fiona Steinkamp,ed. Jefferson, NC: MacFarland & Company, Publishers: 33-56.

Edge, Hoyt L. 1994. A Constructive Postmodern Perspective on Self and Community: From Atomism to Holism. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press.

Edmiston, William F. 1993. "'Continuez, je ne dors pas encore': Narrative Self-Consciousness in Diderot's l'Oiseau blanc." Diderot Studies, 25: 49-62.

Edvaro, Cadavah and Jean-Luc Nancy. 1991. Who comes after the Subject. Sydney: Chapman and Hall Inc.

Edwards, Richard.1996. "Troubled times? Personal identity, distance education and open learning" Open learning 11, # 1: 3-

1995. "Personal Identity and the R-Relation: Reconciliation Through Cohabitation?" Australasian journal of philosophy 73 # 3: 337-

Ehring, Douglas. 1987. "Personal Identity and Time Travel." Philosophical Studies (Minneapolis). 52 (3): 427-

Eilan, Naomi. 1995. "Consciousness and the Self," in The Body and the Self, ed. José Bermúdez, Anthony Marcel, and Naomi Eilan. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1995: 337-357.

Eilan, N., Marcel, A.J., Bermùdez, J. 1995. "Self-consciousness and the body: Interdisciplinary issues." In J. Bermùdez, A.J. Marcel & N. Eilan (Eds.), The Body and The Self. (pp. 1-28). Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, Bradford Books. Abstract.

Eilan, Naomi 1994-5. "The First Person Perspective, " Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society : 51-66

Elliot, Robert. 1995. "Personal Identity, Potentiality and Abortion." Philosophical papers 24, 2: 141-

Elliot, Robert. 1992. Review: "What is a Person? edited by Michael F. Goodman. Moral Personhood: an Essay in the Philosophy of Moral Psychology by G.E. Scott," Bioethics 6 # 1: 41-60

Elliot, Robert. 1991. "Personal Identity and the Causal Continuity Requirement," The Philosophical quarterly 41 # 162: 55-

Elster, J. 1986. The Multiple Self. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Elwood, Brian. 1994. "The Problem of Self in Later Nishia and in Sartre," Philosophy East West 44 (2): 306-316

Elton, Matthew. 1997. "Robots and Rights: The Ethical Demands of Artificial Agents." Ends and Means, 1 (2).

Emmeche, Claus. 1996. The Garden in the Machine: The Emerging Science of Artificial Life . Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press.

Engelhardt, H. Tristram Jr. 1993. "Personhood, Moral Strangers, and the Evil of Abortion: The Painful Experience of Post-Modernity," The Journal of medicine and philosophy," 18 # 4: 419-422

Engelhardt, H. Tristram Jr. 1984. "Persons and Humans: Refashioning Ourselves in a Better Image and Likeness," Zygon 19: 281-295.

English, Jane. 1977. "Abortion and the Concept of a Person." Feminism and Philosophy . Mary Vetterling-Braggin, Frederick Elliston, and Jane English, eds. Totowa, NJ: Littlefield, Adams.

Eposito, Joseph L. 1987.The Obsolete Self. Berkeley and London: University of California Press

Epstein, Farryl. 1973. "Metaphysics of Mind and Body Identity," American Philosophy Quarterly 10: 111-121.

Erez, Miriam. 1993. Culture, self-identity, and work. New York: Oxford University Press.

Erlandson, D. 1980. "Body Transfer and Disembodiment," Philosophical Studies 37: 13-19

Evans, Donald. 1996. Creating the Child: The Ethics, Law and Practice of Assisted Procreation , Norwell: Kluwer Academic Publ.

Evans, Donald and Pickering, Neil (eds). 1996. Conceiving the Embryo: Ethics, Law and Practice in Human Embryology . Hingham, MA: Kluwer Academic. Especially Part III: Personhood and the Human Embryo

Evans, Gareth. 1982. The Varieties of Reference . Oxford.

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