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How the history of philosophy should be studied
Is such observation possible?
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abstract according to Hume according to Locke action actual admit answer antecedent appearance aqua regia become Berkeley body Book Book n cause and effect chap colour complex idea conception consciousness consists constitute contradiction derived desire determined distinction doctrine excited experience external fact faint felt fiction Hume's Hume's principles identity imagination implies impres impression independent inference infinite divisibility knowledge Lewes liveliness Locke's logical matter means medium merely mind moral nature ness neural nominal essence notion organism particular passage perceived perception philosophical pleasure possible present pression primary qualities principle Principles of Psychology produce proposition question real existence reality reason regard rela relation of cause relations of ideas represent resemblance result rience sciousness sensation sensations of sight sense sensible sentient simple idea sion space speak Spencer succession of feelings supposed supposition Theism theory thing thinking thought tion true truth virtue vivid aggregate