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Part of the GREAT PHILOSOPHERS series.
George Berkeley 1685-1753
A scientist, theologian and writer on medicine and economics, George Berkeley was in his way a most improbable philosopher. A master of English prose, he was suspicious of language; scornful of abstractions, he looked instead to immediate experience for the basis of his thought.
David Berman’s readable guide traces Berkeley’s experimentalism – for experiments with sight and touch to near-death experience – finding in his writings an intriguing marriage of philosophy and psychology.
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