... relative notion of its supporting accidents. The general idea of Being appeareth to me the most abstract and incomprehensible of all other; and as for its supporting accidents, this, as we have just now observed, cannot be understood in the common... The Works of George Berkeley - Стр. 31авторы: George Berkeley - 1820Полный просмотр
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George Berkeley - 1982 - Страниц: 105
...just now observed, cannot be understood in the common sense of those words; it must therefore be taken in some other sense, but what that is they do not...of figure and motion, and other sensible qualities? Does it not suppose they have an existence without the mind? And is not this a direct repugnancy, and...
E. Sosa - 1986 - Страниц: 273
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William James - 1987 - Страниц: 1379
...says, 'the two parts ("being" in general, and "supporting accidents") which make the signif1cation of the words "material substance," I am convinced there is no distinct meaning annexed to them. . . . Suppose an intelligence without the help of external bodies to be affected with the same train...