Reply: I have spatial extension and location because I have a body, and strictly speaking it is my body which has the extension and location; I exhibit mental phenomena because I have a mind, and strictly speaking it is my mind which exhibits mental phenomena.
Question: So is it me that is a person, or the composite thing that I and my body compose that is a person?
(Note that here we are appealing to Leibniz's law: Necessarily, for all x and y: if x is identical to y then for all properties p: if x has p then y has p.)
But why should the laws of physics be expected to apply to non-physical things?
(Kim raises a question about the location of disembodied minds, but why not just say that they have no location?)