Gender and Personhood (Individual, Dividual)
In Western philosophy, psychology, politics, and law there has been an extended debate about what constitutes a person. Naturalist philosophers have often focused on the human capacity for consciousness over time and the capacity to make models of the world an to plan and act on these models. Other philosophers have suggested that humas differ fo nonhuman agents like animals or machines because they attribute meamngs and s1gmficance to things and acts. Western philosophers have...[Show more]
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