Berkeley: Critical and Interpretive Essays

University of Minnesota Press (1982)
1 Berkeley, Perception, and Common Sense George Pappas Berkeley elaborated an idealist metaphysics, which, when coupled with his nominalism, yields the thesis of Berkeleyan idealism, viz., that the only existing individuals are infinite ...
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