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Waithe, Mary Ellen. 1991. "Sophia, a Person of Quality (pseud)." in Modern Women Philosophers, 1600-1900. Mary Ellen Waithe, ed. Series: A History of Women Philosophers; 3. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1991.

Wallace, Kyle. 1973. "Shoemaker on Personal Identity," Personalist 54: 71-74.

Wallulis, Jerald. 1990. The hermeneutics of life history : personal achievement and history in Gadamer, Habermas, and Erikson. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press

Walters, James W. 1997. What Is a Person?: Brain Function and Moral Status. University of Illinois Press (March 1997).

Warren, Mary Anne . 1981. "Do Potential Persons have Rights?" in Responsibilities to Future Generations: Environmental Ethics. Ernest Partridge, ed. Buffalo: Prometheus Books, 1981.

Watson, Rodney. 1998. "Ethnomethodology, Consciousness and Self." Special Issue: Models of the Self Journal of Consciousness Studies. 5 (2) Abstract

Wedeking, Gary. 1990. "Locke on Personal Identity and the Trinity Controversy of the 1690s." Dialogue Wedeking, Gary. 1987. "Locke's Metaphysics of Personal Identity." History of Philosophy Quarterly. 4 (1): 17-

Weil, Simone Adolphine. 1981. Two Moral Essays: Draft for a Statement of Human Obligations, and, Human Personality. English translation of Personne et le Sacre. Ronald Hathaway, tr. Series: Pendle Hill Pamphlet 240. Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1981.

Weiss, Meira. 1995. "Of man and beast: From 'person' to 'non-person'," Semiotica 106 # 1-2: 55-

Weiss, Rosyln. 1978. "The Perils of Personhood," Ethics 89: 66-75. Reprinted in What is a Person? Michael F. Goodman, ed. Series: Contemporary Issues in Biomedicine, Ethics, and Society. Clifton, NJ: Humana Press.

Werhane, Patricia Hogue. 1985. Persons, Rights, and Corporations. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1985.

Wheatley, James M. O. 1994. "Multiple Personality, Identity, and Survival: An Examination of Stephen E. Braude's First Personal Plural," The Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research 88 # 1: 41-

White, Stephen L. 1991. The unity of the self. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Whiting, Jennifer. 1986. "Friends and Future Selves" Philosophical Review 95: 547-580

Whiting, Jennifer. 1992. "Living Bodies", in M. Nussbaum and A. Rorty eds., Essays on Aristotle's De Anima (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp. 75-91.

Whiting, Jennifer. 1999. "Back to 'The Self and the Future'," Philosophical Topics, 26: 441-77.

Wilkes, Kathleen. 2000. Getting things straight. The Philosopher's Magazine , 12.

Wider, Kathleen. 2000. The self and others: Imitation in infants and Sartre's analysis of the look. Continental Philosophy Review (in press).

Wider, Kathleen. 1993. The failure of self-consciousness in Sartre's Being and Nothingness. Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review 32: 737-56.

Wider, Kathleen. 1991. A nothing about which something can be said: Sartre and Wittgenstein on the Self. In R. Aronson and A. van den Hoven (eds). Sartre Alive. Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Wider, Kathleen. 1987. Hell and the private language argument: Sartre and Wittgenstein on self-consciousness, the body, and others. Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology 18: 120-32.

Wiggins, David. 2000. Interview: Sameness, substance and the human animal. The Philosopher's Magazine , 12.

Wiggins, David. 1987. "The Person as Object of Science, As Subject of Experience, and as Locus of Value," in Persons and Personality, ed. A. Peacocke and G. Gillett. Oxford: Blackwell.

Wiggins, David. 1980. Sameness and Substance. Section on personal identity. Oxford: Basil Blackwell

Wiggins, David. 1979. "The Concern to Survive", in Midwest Studies in Philosophy 4; reprinted in D. Wiggins. 1987. Needs, Values, Truth. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Wiggins, David. 1967. Identity and Spatio-Temporal Continuity. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Wiggins, David. 1968. "On Being in the Same Place at the Same Time," Philosophical Review.

Wiggins, David. 1965. "Identity Statements," Analytic Philosophy, ed. R. J. Butler. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Wikse, John R. 1977. About possession: the self as private property. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press.

Wilhelmsen, F. D. 1977. The I and Aquinas. Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, 51: 47-55.

Wilkes, Kathleen V. 1998. "Know Thyself." Special Issue: Models of the Self Journal of Consciousness Studies. 5 (2): 153-165. Abstract

Wilkes, Kathleen V. 1988. Real people : personal identity without thought experiments. Oxford: Clarendon Press; New York: Oxford University Press.

Wiley, Norbert. l994. The Semiotic Self. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Wiley, Norbert. 1994. History of the Self: From Primates to Present. Sociological Perspectives , 37: 527-545.

Will, F. L. 1940. "Internal Relations and the Principle of Identity," Philosophical Review 49: 497.

Williams, Bernard. 1995. "Identity and Identities," in Henry Harris (ed.) Identity. Oxford: Clarendon Press

Williams, Bernard. 1992. "Identity Problems" Times Higher Education Supplement 4 Dec 1992: 16-18

Williams, Bernard. 1981. "Persons, Character, and Morality," in Moral Luck. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Williams, Bernard. 1973. Problems of the Self : Philosophical Papers 1956-1972. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Williams, Bernard. 1970. "Are Persons Bodies?" in The Philosophy of the Body, ed. S. Spicker. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Williams, Bernard. 1970. "The Self and the Future," Philosophical Review 79 (2): 161-180; reprinted in Perry, (1975) Personal Identity. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Williams, Bernard. 1966. "Imagination and the Self," Proceedings of the British Academy ; reprinted in Studies in Thought and Action, ed. P. F. Strawson. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1968.

Williams, Bernard. 1961. "Mr. Strawson on Individuals," Philosophy.

Williams, Bernard. 1960. "Bodily Continuity and Personal Identity," Analysis.

Williams, Bernard. 1956-57. "Personal Identity and Individuation," Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society.

Wilson, N. L. 1961. "Identity, Substitution and Modality," Review of Metaphysics 14.

Wilson, N. L. 1955. "Space, Time, and Individuals," Journal of Philosophy.

Wilson, Robert A. 1997. Cartesian Psychology and Physical Minds : Individualism and the Science of the Mind (Cambridge Studies in Philosophy). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Winkler, K. 2000. 'All is Revolution in Us': Personal Identity in Shaftesbury and Hume, Hume Studies, 26:3-40.

Wintroub, M.1997. "The looking-glass of facts: Collecting, rhetoric, and the self in the experimental natural philosophy of Robert Boyle." History of Science, 35, 108, (2): 189-218.

Wiredu, Kwasi and Kwame Gyeke. 1992. Person and Community: Ghanaian Philosophical Studies (Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Change Series II., Vol 1). Council for Research in Values.

Wojtyla, Karol. 1982. Persona e atto, Libreria Editrica Vaticana, Citt├ del Vaticano.

Wojtyla, Karol. 1995. Perch┌ l'uomo. Scritti inediti di antropologia e filosofia, Leonardo, Milano 1995, pp. 320.

Wojtyla, Karol (Pope John Paul II). 1993. Person and community: selected essays, translated by Theresa Sandok. New York: P. Lang.

Wojtyla, Karol. 1979. The Acting Person. John Paul II, Pope. Tymieniecka, Anna-Teresa , ed.[Osoba i Czyn (1969)]. Analecta Husserliana; 10. Dordrecht/Boston: Kluwer Academic. German: Person und Tat. Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder, 1981. Spanish: Persona y Accion. Madrid: Biblioteca de Autores Cristianos, 1982. French: Personne et Acte. Paris: Centurion, 1983.

Wojtyla, Karol. 1974. The personal structure of self-determination, in AA.VV., Il pensiero di S. Tommaso d'Aquino, Roma 1974, pp. 379-90.

Wojtyla, Karol. Works about Wojtyla.

Wolf, Susan. 1988. "Self Interest and Interest in Selves," Ethics 96: 704-720.

Dillon, Robin. 1992. puts it: "Respect and Care: Toward Moral Integration," 22 Canadian Journal of Philosophy. 121: 105-132.

Wolff, Robert Paul. 1976. "There's Nobody Here but Us Persons," in Women and Philosophy; Toward a Theory of Liberation, ed. Carol C. Gould and Marx W. Wartofsky. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, pp. 128-144.

Wolgast, Elizabeth Hankins. 1992. Ethics of an Artificial Person: Lost Responsibility in Professions and Organizations . Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Wollheim, Richard. 1984. The Thread of Life. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Wollheim, Richard. 1979. "Memory, Experiential Memory and Personal Identity,"in G.F.MacDonald, Perception and Identity - Essays Presented to AJ Ayer.Ithaca: Cornell University Press

Wollheim, R. 1969. "The Mind and the Mind's Image of Itself," International Journal of PsychoAnalysis 50: 209-220.

Wood, Allen W. (ed). 1984. Self and Nature in Kant's Philosophy . Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Woods, M. J. 1965. "Identity and Individuation," in Analytical Philosophy, ed. R. J. Butler. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Wright, Crispin, B. C. Smith, and C. MacDonald. 1998. Knowing our own minds. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Wright, J. N. 1939. "Self-Identity," Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society , supp.

Wright, John P. 1996. Hume, Descartes, and the materiality of the soul, in The Philosophical Canon in the 17th and 18th centuries, edited by G. A. J. Rogers & S. Tomaselli (Rochester: University of Rochester Press).


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