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The Man and his Philosophy
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abstract ideas According to Berkeley Alciphron appears atheism aware Berkeley argues Berkeley's argument Berkeley's philosophy Berkeley's position Berkeley's view causal cause chapter claim cognitive closure Collections Thesis colors and sounds common sense conceive concern Consequently contrast deny dependent Descartes direct realist distinction divine Divine Language elements of consciousness equivocation theory error theory essential consciousness everyday items example exist unperceived experience extension George Berkeley God's ideas heat human spirits Hume Hylas Ideality Thesis imagination immediately perceived immediately sense-perceive indirect realism insofar involves language Locke Lockean Malebranche Master Argument material substance matter means mediately mental mind mind-dependent natural notion one's oneself pain perception Perplexed phenomenalist Philonous possible power theory Principles question reality rejected representational realism resemble secondary qualities seems sensations sense-perception sensible ideas sensible qualities sensible things sensible things exist skepticism subjective-objects supposed tangible ideas thought tion tree variable elements visible ideas visible magnitude