Personal identity involves the self and related issues such as persistence, change, time, and sameness.
Personal identity is the distinct personality of an individual and is concerned with the persisting entity particular to this individual.
The personal identity structure appears to preserve itself from the previous version in time when it is modified.
It is the individual characteristics arising from personality by which a person is recognized or known.
John Locke considered personal identity (or the self) to be founded on consciousness, and not on the substance of either the soul or the body. Personal identity (the self) depends on consciousness. Consciousness basis: consciousness is repeated self-identification of oneself, through which moral responsibility could be attributed to the subject (John Locke).
An individual has a unique identity developed relatively late in history.
Factors influencing the emphasis on personal identity may include increased emphasis on gender identity.
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