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  • Causal Identity Pruss 258

  • Gives an answer to the problem of a possible world with unjustified evil.

  • Identities dependence on cause is incredibly silly.
    That would mean a number of things, that I could only be born at that time, that no different technological advances could have occurred, that my parents couldn’t have met in some different way. I don’t see how this wouldn’t involve some local determinism.

  • Exactly alike seems to entail too much and isn’t clear.

  • Trinity? Jesus is not identical with the Father, yet their causal history is the same.

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