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Peña-Guzmán (2017) argues that empirical evidence and evolutionary theory compel us to treat the phenomenon of suicide as continuous in the animal kingdom. He defends a "continuist" account in which suicide is a multiply-realizable phenomenon characterized by selfinjurious and self-annihilative behaviors. This view is problematic for several reasons. First, it appears to mischaracterize the Darwinian view that mind is continuous in nature. Second, by focusing only on surface-level features ofdoi:10.51291/2377-7478.1316 fatcat:22qvevyxcbh25kto6wbkszcuty