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The Development of Berkeley's Philosophy

By G. A. Johnston Copyright 1989
    416 Pages
    by Routledge

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    First published in 1988. This is part of a fifteen volume series reproducing classic studies and including never before published titles. In his book the author throws light on the evolution of Berkeley’s thought and philosophy by a careful study of his works in their chronological sequence and by detailed reference to his relations with his predecessors and contemporaries.

    I. Introductory Berkeley’s Significance or Philosophy II. The Origins of Berkley’s Thought III. The Psychology of Vision IV. Metaphysics and Theory of Knowledge V. Mathematics VI. Ethics VII. Philosophy of Religion


    G.A. Johnston, Lecturer in Moral Philosophy in the Universities of St. Andrews and Glasgow