How does Miller attempt to establish an empirical connection between the body and the soul by appealing to “psychological characteristics”? Does this attempt succeed? Explain. At the beginning of The Second Night of the Dialogue Concerning Personal Identity and Immortality, Miller argues that we can sometimes re-identify ourselves without looking at our bodies. How does he try to establish that claim and how is it supposed to be relevant to the question of whether a person can survive the death of his body? How does Weirob respond to this in order to defend her own account of how we re-identify people over time? Miller also discusses Franz Kafka’s novel, The Metamorphosis. What is he attempting to establish by appealing to that novel and how is it relevant to the question of whether a person can survive the death of her body?
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