Closely read Tzinman’s essay, ‘Is Romeo Dead? On the Persistence of Organisms’. Use it to answer the following question: ‘What is the boundary/threshold between you and all-that-is-not-you?’ In order to do this, you must demonstrate a thorough understanding of Tzinman’s arguments. Do not take the question to be one of consciousness but of biology. What exactly is an organism for Tzinman and what are its boundaries, both physical and temporal? Remember and use the example we discussed in class of Arnold the lizard who eats Betty the cricket. How does that apply to you as an organism?