Identity? Metaphysical Approach

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Jure Zovko (Ed.)

Proceedings of the IIP Conference Zadar 2013

ISBN 978-3-643-91271-8
Band-Nr. 11
Jahr 2020
Seiten 152
Bindung broschiert
Reihe Philosophy in International Context/Philosophie im internationalen Kontext


Identity is considered prima facie the most important
philosophical principle in traditional logic and
metaphysics. The reflexive ability of the subject implies
that he or she can relate to himself or herself and to
others, thus establishing the basis for the formation of
individual and social identity. The present essays, which
contains papers held at the conference of the „Institut
International de Philosophie“ at the University of Zadar,
in 2007, present a range of positions and arguments
regarding the possibilities of philosophical interpretation
of identity.

Jure Zovko, (1957) is a full professor at the
of Theoretical Philosophy at the University of Zadar and
Institute of Philosophy Zagreb. His research focuses on
hermeneutic philosophy, Ancient Greek philosophy, classical
German philosophy and Philosophy of Science .He is a member
of the „Institut International de Philosophie“ (Paris);
and full member of the „L’Académie Internationale de
Philosophie des Sciences“ (Brussels). He is also a member
of the FISP Steering Committee.