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" So that in strict truth the ideas of sight, when we apprehend by them distance and things placed at a distance, do not suggest or mark out to us things actually existing at a distance... "
The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ... - Page 233
redigeeritud poolt - 1878
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The Works of George Berkeley, 1. köide

George Berkeley - 1820
...down ; but because it was beside my purpose to examine and refute it in a discourse concerning vision. So that in strict truth the ideas of sight, when we...,- things actually existing at a distance, but only admo/ nish us what ideas of touch will be imprinted in our minds at such and such distances of time,...
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The Works of George Berkeley, 1. köide

George Berkeley, Joseph Stock - 1820
...down ; but because it was beside my purpose to examine and refute it in a discourseconcerning vision. So that in strict truth the ideas of sight, when we apprehend by them distance, and thingsplaced at a distance, do not suggest or mark out to us things actually existing at a distance,...
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A Review of Berkeley's Theory of Vision: Designed to Show the Unsoundness of ...

Samuel Bailey - 1842 - 239 lehte
...down, but because it was beside my purpose to examine and refute it in a discourse concerning vision. So that in strict truth the ideas of sight, when we...touch will be imprinted in our minds at such and such distances of time, and in consequence of such and such actions. It is, I say, evident from what has...
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The Works of George Berkeley: Including His Letters to Thomas ..., 1. köide

George Berkeley - 1843
...down, but because it was beside my purpose to examine and refute it in a discourse concerning vision. [So that in strict truth the ideas of sight, when...touch will be imprinted in our minds at such and such distances of time, and in consequence of such or such actions.] It is, I say, evident from what has...
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The works of George Berkeley [ed.] by G.N. Wright, 1. köide

George Berkeley (bp. of Cloyne.) - 1843
...but because it was beside my purpose to examine and refute it in a discourse concerning vision, [bo that in strict truth the ideas of sight, when we apprehend...touch will be imprinted in our minds at such and such distances of time, and in consequence of such or such actions.] It is, I say, evident from what has...
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The Works of George Berkeley, D.D., Bishop of Cloyne: Including ..., 1. köide

George Berkeley, Joseph Stock - 1843
...but because it was beside my purpose to examine and refute it in a discourse concerning vision. [bo that in strict truth the ideas of sight, when we apprehend...touch will be imprinted in our minds at such and such distances of time, and in consequence of such or such actions.] It is, I say, evident from what has...
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Works, Including His Letters to Thomas Prior, Dean Gervais, Mr ..., 1. köide

George Berkeley - 1843
...down, but because it was beside my purpose to examine and refute it in a discourse concerning vision. [So that in strict truth the ideas of sight, when...us things actually existing at a distance, but only admoInish us what ideas of touch will be imprinted in our minds at such and such distances of time,...
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The North British Review, 41. köide

1864
...important. If Berkeley had developed it, he might have obviated many plausible objections to his theory. " In strict truth, the ideas of sight, when we apprehend...touch will be imprinted in our minds at such and such distanees of time, and in consequenee of such or such actions."—(Principles of Human Knowledge, sect....
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The North British Review, 40–41. köide

1864
...strict truth, the ideas of tight, when we apprehand by them distance, and things placed at a distunes, do not suggest or mark out to us things actually existing...but only admonish •us what ideas of touch will be imprint* i,e., " externality" in iU secondary meaning ; in its deeper meaning externality implies independence...
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The pure philosophical works

George Berkeley - 1871
...down, but because it was beside my purpose to examine and refute it in a discourse concerning V1sion. So that in strict truth the ideas of sight", when...distance, but only admonish us what ideas of touch 95 will be imprinted in our minds at such and such distances of time, and in consequence of such or...
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