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Time and Identity (Topics in Contemporary Philosophy) Paperback – May 28, 2010

ISBN-13: 978-0262513975 ISBN-10: 0262513978 Edition: New

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A surprisingly informative and useful volume....The editors deserve credit not just for selecting and editing these fine essays but for arranging them in a manner that highlights how the essays relate to each other.... A very good book.... It brings together essays that are each worth reading alone and that also contribute to a greater whole.

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About the Author

Joseph Keim Campbell is Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Washington State University.

Michael O'Rourke is Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Michigan State University.

Harry S. Silverstein is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Philosophy at Washington State University, and coeditor of three previous volumes in the Topics in Contemporary Philosophy series, Causation and Explanation (2007), Knowledge and Skepticism (2010), and Time and Identity (2010), all published by the MIT Press.

Matthew H. Slater is Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Bucknell University.

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