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    The association of ideas: Thomas Reid's context.Alexander Broadie - 2002 - Reid Studies 5 (2):31-51.
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  2. Thomas Reid and non-euclidean geometry.Amit Hagar - 2002 - Reid Studies 5 (2):54-64.
    In the chapter “The Geometry of Visibles” in his ‘Inquiry into the Human Mind’, Thomas Reid constructs a special space, develops a special geometry for that space, and offers a natural model for this geometry. In doing so, Reid “discovers” non-Euclidean Geometry sixty years before the mathematicians. This paper examines this “discovery” and the philosophical motivations underlying it. By reviewing Reid’s ideas on visible space and confronting him with Kant and Berkeley, I hope, moreover, to resolve an alleged impasse in (...)
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