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The teletransportation paradox (also known in alternative forms as the duplicates paradox) is a thought experiment on the philosophy of identity that challenges some of our common intuitions on the nature of self and consciousness. It first appeared in full published form presumably in Derek Parfit's 1984 book Reasons and Persons, but similar questions have been raised as early as 1775.

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