TV show lost and philosophy

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In class, we are learning about john locke and his view on free will and personal idenity.

I know the john locke on the tv show Lost is like him so I was wondering if the philosopher and the tv characters are like regarding personal idenitity and free will.

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    I am uncertain what you learned in class about free will, however, you may gain insight to the nature vs nurture argument (JLocke, philospher, leaning to nuture) and its relationship to JLocke (Lost) and his character development by examining Tabula rasa
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tabula_rasa

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