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The Periods of Modern Philosophy
The Problem of Method
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affirm appear assert believe Benedict Spinoza body brain called cause cerning certainty chiliagon clear colour common conceive concept concerning conclusion consider David Hume definition demonstration discover distinct distinguish doubt effect empirical error evident existence experience external objects fact faculty false figure follows Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz hath human ideal philosophy imagination Immanuel Kant impressions induction infer innate intuition intuitive knowledge judgment kind knowledge Leibniz manner Mathematics matter means memory metaphysic method mind mode monad motion nature necessary nerves never noumena noumenon observe opinion ourselves pain particular perceive perceptions phantasms phenomena philosophy possible predicate present principles priori produce proposition question ratiocination rational psychology reality received reflection relation resemblance rience rules sensation sense simple ideas soul spirit substance suppose syllogism synthetical synthetical propositions things Thomas Hobbes thought tion transcendental true truth understanding unity universal whole words