David Hume on The Self: Personality and Dementia

The annihilation, which some people suppose to follow upon death, and which entirely destroys this self, is nothing but an extinction of all particular perceptions; love and hatred, pain and pleasure, thought and sensation. These therefore must be the same with self; since the one cannot survive the other.—David Hume Of Personal Identity, A Treatise of … Continue reading David Hume on The Self: Personality and Dementia