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  A theory of identity proposed by American philosopher [[Orpheus Clementson Wayne]]. ​  A theory of identity proposed by American philosopher [[Orpheus Clementson Wayne]]. ​
  
-Parallax refers to the displacement,​ or shift in position, of an object so that it is seen from two or more different points. FXC states in //Ship of Theseus// that the main character [[s|S.]] experiences Identity Parallax regarding Sola, who he identifies as several different women.((Footnote 7 on pg. 98))+Parallax refers to the displacement,​ or shift in position, of an object so that it is seen from two or more different points.((//​Merriam-Webster Dictionary//​. Web. "The apparent displacement or the difference in apparent direction of an object as seen from two different points not on a straight line with the object."​)) ​FXC states in //Ship of Theseus// that the main character [[s|S.]] experiences Identity Parallax regarding Sola, who he identifies as several different women.((Footnote 7 on pg. 98))
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