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  1. Oct 2021
    1. whether faint or strong, can exist otherwise than in a mind perceiving it

      I think that Berkeley made some good points and i liked the reading. He says that senses are the realist things that we can experience. So i some ways i do agree.

    2. For, what are the fore-mentioned objects but the things we perceive by sense? and what do we PERCEIVE BESIDES OUR OWN IDEAS OR SENSATIONS?

      Task 3 The central idea of the Texts that Berkeley presents is that our perception is how we see everything and not by interacting with the actual thing. This is supported when he says things are labeled by how we perceive them. Berkeley relays the idea that perception is what shapes our ideas of other things.


      Task 2 The first paragraph explains how things are made up of knowledge and experiences with them. The closing paragraph explains real things and ideas in vivid images. Acquiescence-reluctant acceptance of something without protest Axiom-a statement which is regarded as being established.

    4. 37 Selections from A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge

      Task 1 The title tells us that Berkeley is going to list how humans think and see of knowledge. The titles of the section tells us what the author thinks is the main point of the section. This footnote point out what the writers theory is.

  2. Aug 2021
    1. Task 2 Briefly not the main topics throughout each section of the text. This section explains the differences in philosophy from other types of science. It shows how they collect knowledge and that there is not a definite answer to philosophical questions. Restate the main point of th opening paragraph in your own words. The opening paragraphs main point is that philosophy is the study of value. Many time it is undermined by other types of science that claim it is pointless. These people do not allow any kind of growth outside of said science. Estate the main point of the closing paragraph in your own words Philosophy’s goal is not to come to a conclusion but instead expand you thoughts. This is the knowledge that makes it possible to grow how we think. Everyone find and define two vocabulary words Unalloyed-complete and unreserved Dogmatism-the tendency to lay down principles as incontrovertibly true.

    2. Task 1. What does the title tell you about the text? The author of this text is going to explain why and how philosophy is so valuable to people. What do the section titles tell you about the text? The section titles show how the author felt they needed to break up his statement to prove their point. What do the footnotes tell you about the text? The footnotes could possibly contain examples or references that has been cited.