What is the challenge that Weirob issues to Miller?
a. To persuade her that an afterlife is likely
b. To persuade her that an afterlife is possible
c. To persuade her that belief in an afterlife is rational
d. To persuade her that God exists
On the Second Night, Miller suggests that personal identity consists in an appropriate connection between different temporal parts of a person. What does he think the appropriate connection is?
a. Same brain
c. Same body
According to Weirob, what's wrong with the suggestion that personal identity consists in sameness of soul?
a. If that were true, then we couldn't know who we are.
b. If that were true, then we wouldn't be able to see ourselves.
c. If that were true, then physicalism would be false.
d. If that were true, then God could connect our soul up with two bodies.