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" I can as well doubt of my own being as of the being of those things which I actually perceive by sense: it being a manifest contradiction that any sensible object should be immediately perceived by sight or touch, and at the same time have no existence... "
A View of Nature: In Letters to a Traveller Among the Alps - Sivu 124
tekijä(t) Sir Richard Joseph Sulivan - 1794
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The Works of George Berkeley, Nide 1

George Berkeley - 1820
...absolute, external, exist, and such-like, signifying we know not what. I can as well doubt of my own being, as of the being of those things which I actually perceive...sight or touch, and at the same time have no existence in nature, since the very existence of an unthinking being consists in being perceived. LXXXIX. Nothing...

The Works of George Berkeley, Nide 1

George Berkeley - 1820
...absolute, external, exist, and such-like, signifying we know not what. I can as well doubt of my own being, as of the being of those things which I actually perceive...sight or touch, and at the same time have no existence in nature, since the very existence of an unthinking being consists in being perceived. LXXXIX. Nothing...

Works, Including His Letters to Thomas Prior, Dean Gervais, Mr. Pope ..., Nide 1

George Berkeley - 1843
...absolute, external, exist, and such like, signifying we know not what. I can as well doubt of my own being, as of the being of those things which I actually perceive...or touch, and, at the same time, have no existence in nature, since the very existence of an unthinking being consists in being perceived.] t L XXXIX....

The Works of George Berkeley: Including His Letters to Thomas Prior ..., Nide 1

George Berkeley - 1843
...absolute, external, exist, and such like, signifying we know not what. I can as well doubt of my own being, as of the being of those things which I actually perceive...or touch, and, at the same time, have no existence in nature, since the very existence of an unthinking being consists in being perceived.\ * " But this...

The works of George Berkeley [ed.] by G.N. Wright, Nide 1

George Berkeley (bp. of Cloyne.) - 1843
...absolute, external, exist, and such like, signifying we know not what. I can as well doubt of my own being, as of the being of those things which I actually perceive...or touch, and, at the same time, have no existence in nature, since the very existence of an unthinking being consists in being perceived.'] * " But this...

'The Bible for the pandits', the first 3 chapters of Genesis commented in ...

James Robert Ballantyne - 1860
...actually per- ^ ceive by sense, it being a mani- *• HlflTM fest contradiction that any sensible "^J{ object should be immediately perceived by sight or touch, and at the same time have no existence in nature, since the very existence of an unthinking being consists in being perceived."* In comparison...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Nide 105

1869
...absolute, external, exist, and suchlike, signifying we know what. I can as well doubt of my own being, as of the being of those things which I actually perceive...sight or touch, and at the same time have no existence in nature, since the very existence of an unthinking being consists in being perceived." This, then,...

Blackwood's Magazine, Nide 105

1869
...absolute, external, exist, and suchlike, signifying we know what. I can as well doubt of my own being, as of the being of those things which I actually perceive...manifest contradiction that any sensible object should bo immediately perceived by sight or touch, and at the same time have no existence in nature, since...

The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Nide 105

1869
...absolute, external, exist, and suchlike, signifying we know what. I can as weil doubt of my own being, as of the being of those things which I actually perceive by sense — it Deing a manifest contradiction that any sensible object should be immediately perceived by sightor...

The Works of George Berkeley: Philosophical works

George Berkeley - 1871
...external,' c exist,' &c.—signifying we know not what. For my part, I can as well doubt of my own being as of the being of those things which I actually perceive...sight or touch, and at the same time have no existence in nature, since the very existence of an unthinking being consists in being perceived48. 89. Nothing...




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