This book, first published in 1974, presents a critical examination of Berkeley’s immaterialism. It is based on a detailed study of his writings (in particular of his notebooks), and while it places his ideas against their eighteenth-century background it also takes into account the various interpretations of Berkeley found in the literature.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Berkeley and Common Sense 3. The Philosophical Approach 4. The Approach from Ordinary Usage 5. The Psychological Approach 6. Perception 7. The Perceiving Self 8. God