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George Berkeley: Idealism

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Transcript of George Berkeley: Idealism

What is Idealism?
Idealism
: The practice of forming or pursuing ideas especially unrealistically.

In other words, it is based the idea that our perceptions of objects are in us(Our Mind).
It’s the opposite of Naturalism, Realism and Materialism.

Your mind and spirit is fundamental to reality.

‘’ESSE EST PERCIPI”
It is impossible for something to exist without it being perceived.
George Berkely's arguments
Sensation
Taste
Color
Speed
The Master Argument
Empirical Theory of vision was his Master Argument.
He was one of three of the most famous British
Empiricists

(An

Empiricist

is someone that studies the knowledge that is derived from a sensory experience)

Born in Kilkenny, Ireland March 12th, 1685
His father was English but Berkeley considered himself Irish.

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