We saw two different views of the self in Locke and Hume. Suppose that you are eating a sweet, juicy peach while writing this paper on your computer. Explain how exactly Locke and Hume explain what the self is in this instance. Which view do you find more plausible as a philosophical/theoretical explanation of the self? Why? What is wrong with the other one?
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