Moral Selves, Basic Persons, and Selfhood as a Narrative – Marya Schechtman on the Meaning of Stories in Human Life

What makes a person the same from one moment to another? How does one’s life become a whole? How do we become moral agents? These questions have intrigued philosopher Marya Schechtman (b. 1960) throughout her career. In this interview, she explains her latest thoughts on the relationship between selfhood and storytelling, discusses the notion of … Lue lisää