Gretchen Weirob's Argument Analysis

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Gretchen Weirob’s argument is based on the view that physical identification is more important towards personal identity rather than psychological features. For example, Weirob believes that a person can identify with their body because they can see their body and it’s certain capacity; the body is very rational. Which is why she would not want her brain to be put into someone else’s body. She believes the body is the unique differentiation to an individual’s identification. Her argument becomes clear when she discusses the idea that someone can be manipulated, put under hypnosis or delusional to think that a different body from Weirob’s is Gretchen Weirob. So if she under went the procedure done by Dr. Matthews, the identification of the
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