New studies in Berkeley's philosophy, edited by Warren E. Steinkraus.


New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1966] .

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Subjects Aufsatzsammlung.
Berkeley, George (Philosoph)
Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.
Description xiv, 199 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes "A select bibliography, by T.E. Jessop": pages 173-180.
Summary Why another book on Berkeley? For one thing, because he is so curiously modern. He was one of the pioneers of the empiricism and nominalism so popular today. He discussed with great clearness many of the issues with which present-day philosophers are concerned--the status of sense-data, the nature of causation, the relation of primary to secondary qualities, the problems of universals, the importance of language, the existence of other selves, and how we communicate with them.
Contents Berkeley's new principle completed / A.A. Luce -- Berkeley and the possibility of an empirical metaphysics / Ian T. Ramsey -- The origin of Berkeley's paradoxes / Colin M. Turbayne -- Berkeley and skepticism / F.W. McConnell -- Berkeley's view of spirit / I.C. Tipton -- Berkeley and "things" / Augusto Guzzo -- Substance in Berkeley / Harry M. Bracken -- Berkeley as religious apologist / T.E. Jessop -- Berkeley's objective idealism: an Indian view / D.M. Datta -- Berkeley's ontology and Islamic mysticism / Waheed Ali Farooqi -- Was Berkeley an idealist? / AndreĢ-Louis Leroy -- Berkeley and his modern critics / Warren E. Steinkraus -- Notes to an interpretation of Berkeley / W.H. Werkmeister.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)372762
(OCoLC)ocm00372762
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