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" By Matter, therefore, we are to understand an inert, senseless substance, in which extension, figure, and motion do actually subsist. "
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The Monthly Magazine, Nide 14

1803
...refemblance» of any thing exifting without the mind or unperceived ; but they will have our idea» of the primary qualities to be patterns or images of things, which exift without the mind, in an unthinking fubftance, which they call matter. By matter, therefore, we...

The Works of George Berkeley, Nide 1

George Berkeley - 1820
...not to be the resemblances of any thing existing without the mind or unperceived ; but they will have our ideas of the primary qualities to be patterns...subsist. But it is evident from what we have already shewn, that extension, figure and motion are only ideas existing in the mind, and that an idea can...

The Works of George Berkeley, Nide 1

George Berkeley - 1820
...without the mind or unperceived ; but they will have our ideas of the primary qualities to be patternsor images of things which exist without the mind, in...figure, and motion, do actually subsist. But it is evidentfrom what we have already shewn, that extension, figure and motion are only ideas existing in...

Literary Remains of the Late William Hazlitt, Nide 1

William Hazlitt - 1836 - 315 sivua
...not to be the resemblances of any thing existing without the mind, or unperceived, but they will have our ideas of the primary qualities to be patterns...matter, therefore, we are to understand an inert, useless substance, in which extension, figure, motion, &c. do actually subsist. But it is evident from...

Literary remains of the late William Hazlitt. With a notice of his life, by ...

William Hazlitt - 1836
...not to be the resemblances of any thing existing without the mind, or unperceived, but they will have our ideas of the primary qualities to be patterns...matter, therefore, we are to understand an inert, useless substance, in which extension, figure, motion, &c. do actually subsist. But it is evident from...

Literary Remains of the Late William Hazlitt, Nide 1

William Hazlitt - 1836
...not to be the resemblances of any thing existing without the mind, or unperceived, but they will have our ideas of the primary qualities to be patterns...matter, therefore, we are to understand an inert, useless substance, in which extension, figure, motion, &c. do actually subsist. But it is evident from...

Literary remains of the late William Hazlitt. With a notice of his life, by ...

William Hazlitt - 1836
...without the mind, or unperceived, but they will have our ideas of the primary qualities to be patte/ns or images of things which exist without the mind,...matter, therefore, we are to understand an inert, useless substance, in which extension, figure, motion, &c. do actually subsist. But it is evident from...

Literary Remains of the Late William Hazlitt, Nide 1

William Hazlitt - 1836
...therefore, we are to understand an inert, useless substance, in which extension, figure, motion, &c. do actually subsist. But it is evident from what we have already shewn? that extension, figure, and motion are only ideas existing in the mind, and that consequently...

The Works of George Berkeley, D.D., Bishop of Cloyne: Including His ..., Nide 1

George Berkeley, Joseph Stock - 1843
...not to be the resemblances of any thing existing without the mind or unperceived ; but they wUl have our ideas of the primary qualities to be patterns...figure and motion, do actually subsist. But it is eyident from what we have already shown, that extension, figure, and motion, are only ideas existing...

Locke's writings and philosophy historically considered: and vindicated from ...

Edward Tagart - 1855 - 504 sivua
...and dwelling in an inert senseless substance, called matter." " But it is evident," says Berkeley, " that extension, figure, and motion are only ideas existing in the mind ; an idea can be like nothing but another idea." " Hence it is plain that the very notion of what is...




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