Berkeley's Philosophy of Science (International Archives of the History of Ideas Archives internationales d'histoire des idées)

Berkeley's Philosophy of Science (International Archives of the History of Ideas Archives internationales d'histoire des idées)


Philonous: you spot, Hylas, the water of yonder fountain, the way it is compelled upwards, in a around column, to a undeniable peak, at which it breaks and falls again into the basin from whence it rose, its ascent in addition to descent continuing from an identical uniform legislations or precept of gravitation. in order that, an analogous rules which at the beginning view, result in skepticism, pursued to a definite element, deliver males again to universal 1 feel. even though significant works on Berkeley have thought of his Philosophy of one George Berkeley, 3 Dialogues among Hylas and Philonous, ed. Colin Murray Turbayne, (third and ultimate variation; London 1734); (New York: The Bobbs Merrill corporation, Inc., Library of Liberal Arts, 1965), p. 211. Berkeley, generally, comfortably numbered sections in his works, and within the textual content of the essay, we are going to refer if attainable to the identify and part quantity. References to the 3 Dialogues among Hylas and Philonous might be additionally made within the textual content and confer with the discussion quantity and web page within the Turbayne version pointed out above.

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