George Berkeley and David Human Comparison Essay by Master Researcher

George Berkeley and David Human
A comparison and contrast analysis of knowledge and ideas in the works of George Berkeley and David Hume.
# 89713 | 1,125 words | 2 sources | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in English (Comparison) , Philosophy (General)


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This philosophical study examines the basis of knowledge and ideas within the works of George Berkeley and David Hume. By realizing that Berkeley does not define reality through the human sensory apparatus, human beings can only realize the world around them as ideas that exist only within the mind. Hume also agrees with this philosophy through his empirical perspective, but is not absolutist in realizing how nature and faith act as `guides' in human perception of the world.

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