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A TREATISE CONCERNING THE PRINCIPLES
FIRST DRAFT OF THE INTRODUCTION TO
THREE DIALOGUES BETWEEN HYLAS
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20 hylas 20 philonous absolute existence abstract general ideas abstract ideas absurd acknowledge Alciphron answer appear archetypes atheism believe Berkeley Berkeley's bodies cause ceived colour common comprehend conceive consequently consider corporeal substance Creation demonstration deny Descartes difficulties distinct divine doctrine of abstract doth doubt effect Essay evident existence of matter extension external faculties farther figure finite follows frame George Berkeley hath heat imagine immediately perceived impossible inert infinite infinite divisibility infinite mind knowledge Malebranche manner material substance mean Melampus mind motion natural philosophy Nature never objects of sense occasion opinion pain particular ideas perceived by sense perception philosophers plain pretend principles produced real existence real things reality reason reflexion repugnancy Samuel Clarke Samuel Johnson scepticism Sect seems sensations sensible qualities sensible things shew shewn signify soever soul sound spirit substratum suppose term thought Three Dialogues triangle true truth understand wherein whereof words