The other Bishop Berkeley; an exercise in reenchantment.
The other Bishop Berkeley Berkeley (bûr`klē), city (1990 pop. 102,724), Alameda co., W Calif., on the E shore of San Francisco Bay just N of Oakland; inc. 1878. Originally (1820) part of a Spanish rancho, the site was purchased by Americans in 1853. ; an exercise in reenchantment.
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It is in fact the same George Berkeley (1685-1753), popularly known only for his solipsism sol·ip·sism
1. The theory that the self is the only thing that can be known and verified.
2. The theory or view that the self is the only reality. , that Bradatan (philosophy, Texas Tech U.) considers here. But he proposes a new way of looking at his philosophy--assessing it from its roots rather then from the perspective of the various developments that his thought has triggered in modern philosophy. As distinct from the almost clown-like figure taught in schools, he says the obscure and humble Humble may refer to:
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