La Critica de la Abstracción y la Theoria del Mundo en Berkeley

Review of Metaphysics 18 (4):777-777 (1965)

As an introduction to the proper understanding of Berkeley, Otero examines the interrelations between the epistemological criticism of abstraction and the ontological theory of the world of ideas in Berkeley's earlier works. The contemporary relevance of these themes is also demonstrated with Husserl's treatment of abstraction. The author's conclusions are incisive and clearly expressed, to the point perhaps that they fail to reproduce some of the necessary ambiguities of Berkeley's thought, with the result that Berkeley tends to come out as a naïve realist.—J. J.
Keywords Catholic Tradition  Contemporary Philosophy  General Interest
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