Berkeley and material things

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Philosophy

 

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Jeri B

 

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September 26, 2013

 

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An obvious answer here is the physical world consists of the space around us, all of the objects within it, and each one of these objects having its own set of characteristics. Would you say this to be straightforward? Berkeley would not. For an idealist such as Berkeley, he denies the physical world...
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Would you say this to be straightforward? Berkeley would not. For an idealist such as Berkeley, he denies the physical world. This is not to say that he denies the existence of anything at all, just material substances or material substratum. What Berkeley claims here is that the material things found spread throughout this so called physical world, may actually ?appear' to be there but in fact do not exist autonomously...
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