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The Limitations of Perception
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A. N. Whitehead abstract activity already Aristotle arrive assume attitude become believe Berkeley Berkeley's called century chapter Christian civilisation claim Comte conception concerned conclusion conscious Descartes distinction doctrine empiricist engaged existence experience external F. H. Bradley fact faculty feeling Greek Hegel human Hume I. A. Richards ideas intellectual Kant Kant's kind knowledge language Leibnitz Locke Logical Positivists Malebranche material matter means mediaeval mental merely meta metaphysicians metaphysics modern namely Neoplatonism Nevertheless notion objective world observed ourselves particular pattern perceive philo philosophy physical Plato possess precisely present presuppositions problem proposition Pure question R. G. Collingwood rational rationalists realist reality realm reason regarded religion Roscellinus scepticism scientific secondary qualities sense sense-data simply society sphere Spinoza T. S. Eliot theology theory of perception things thinkers thinking thought tion tradition true truth universe whereas Whitehead word world of nature