In this section we provide selected publications on identity written by Raymond M. Keogh. Raymond has proposed that the definition of “personal identity” and “communal identity” be based on DNA and the human genome.


The approach was first presented in Shelter and Shadows (2016).


It has subsequently been refined in DNA & the Identity Crisis (Philosophy Now, Issue 133, August/September 2019).


The approach is further elaborated in a new book by the author entitled Universal Identity – Scientific answer to key question of our age (provisional pre-publication title). Updates about progress towards publication of this title will be posted on this website.



Other publications of the author that are associated with The Gerald Keogh Identity Series are presented in GKIS here.