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George Berkeley, A TREATISE CONCERNING THE PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN KNOWLEDGE, 1710

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Author:   George Berkeley
Headline:   A TREATISE CONCERNING THE PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN KNOWLEDGE
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TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE
THOMAS, EARL OF PEMBROKE, &c.,
KNIGHT OF THE MOST NOBLE ORDER OF THE GARTER AND ONE OF THE LORDS OF HER MAJESTY'S MOST MONOURABLE PRIVY COUNCIL

MY LORD,
You will perhaps wonder that an obscure person, who has not the honour to be known to your lordship, should presume to address you in this manner. But that a man who has written something with a design to promote Useful Knowledge and Religion in the world should make choice of your lordship for his patron, will not be thought strange by any one that is not altogether unacquainted with the present state of the church ...


George Berkeley, Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous, 1713

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Author:   George Berkeley
Headline:   Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous
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Three Dialogues?THREE DIALOGUES
Between
HYLAS AND PHILONOUS
The Design of which is Plainly to Demonstrate the Reality and Perfection of
HUMAN KNOWLEDGE
The Incorporeal Nature of the
SOUL
And the Immediate Providence of a
DEITY
In Opposition to
SCEPTICS AND ATHEISTS
Also to Open a Method for Rendering the Sciences More Easy, Useful, and CompendiousBetween Hylas and Philonous



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