Review of Metaphysics 10 (1):187-187 (1956)

Shows the Enlightenment concern with human affairs, and in particular with the problem of human knowledge, by extensive selections from Locke's Essay, and the Treatises of Berkeley and Hume. The editor's comments point out major confusions and errors, and aid the reader in understanding the selections in their own terms.--R. H.
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