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continuity – of one set of activities flowing seamlessly into another. Personal identity is akin to the uniformity of a river. And Heraclitus was wrong: You can step into the same river repeatedly, not because the material substance remains the same in your locale, but because the processual modalities of

In: Die Natur der Lebensform