Berkeley en 90 minutos

Berkeley en 90 minutos - Paul Strathern - Siglo XXI Editores
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Siglo XXI Editores
Year of publication: 
2004
Pages: 
191
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The "Philosophers in 90 Minutes" collection includes brief, but authoritative, interpretations of humanity's greatest thinkers and deciphers their philosophies in a fun and accessible way that makes them interesting and understandable to almost anyone. Berkeley's philosophy denies the existence of matter. According to him there is no material world, only experience, so that when something is not seen, it does not exist. So how does the world persist? Because it is supported by the continuous perception of an all-seeing God. Berkeley's ideas seem to push empiricism to absurd extremes, but don't we have to abandon common sense and the obvious to progress beyond everyday existence? At Berkeley in 90 Minutes, Paul Strathern presents a concise and expert account of Berkeley's life and ideas, and explains his influence on man's struggle to understand his existence in the world. The book inc...read more

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Book: Berkeley en 90 minutos

ISBN: 9788432311659
Precio de lista: $65.00
Descuento: 20%
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