A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge
"This book discusses the principles of human knowledge. Topics covered include: I. Berkeley's Life and Writings; II. The Precursors of Berkeley; III. Summaries of Berkeley's System; IV. Berkeleyanism, its Friends, Affinities, and Influence; V. Opponents and Objections; VI. Estimates of Berkeley, his Character, Writings, and Influence; VII. Idealism defined; VIII. Sceptical Idealism in the Development of Idealism from Berkeley to the Present: Hume; IX. Critical Idealism: Kant; X. Subjective Idealism: Fichte; XI. Objective Idealism: Schelling, Jacobi; XII. Absolute Idealism: Hegel; XIII. Theoretical Idealism: Schopenhauer; XIV. The Strength and Weakness of Idealism; XV. Characteristics of the Present Edition; XVI. Its Objects and Uses; Berkeley's Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge:--I. Eraser's Preface--Berkeley's Preface; II. Berkeley's Introduction; III. Berkeley's Principles." (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved).
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