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Index abstract ideas 45, 58 alien sights 27 analytic philosophy 135 appearance(s) 28, 36, 143 Aristotle 10–11, 46 atoms 126 Ayer, A.J. 128–39, 171 Bacon, Francis 16–17, 19 Baudrillard, Jean 173 belief(s) 5, 83, 153 Bentham, Jeremy 118–19 Berkeley, G. 52–78, 84, 110 Boyle, Robert 37–8, 53 categories 166 causation 86–7, 91, 94,

101, 115–16 cause 88–93, 116 colour 59, 66 complex ideas 34 concepts 42, 60 conceptual frameworks 167 constant conjunction 90, 92 culture 119 deduction 95, 97–8, 113–14 Descartes, René 12–13, 50,

158 design 102–3 difference 34 direct realism 25 Einstein, Albert 72 emotivism 137 essences 46 ethics 104, 137 European philosophy 171 evolution 78 experience(s) 26, 36, 162,

168 facts 126 formalism 72 Foucault, Michel 164 free will 101 Galileo Galilei 12, 53 God, existence of 69, 71,

77, 87–8 teleological proof 102–3 Hare, R.M. 137 Heisenberg, Werner 72 Hobbes, T. 19–21, 49, 65 Hume, David 79–107, 113,

115, 171 Idealism 55–6, 75, 109 idea(s) 41, 81–3, 106

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identity human 99–100 in time 47 images of particulars 61 imagination 66–7 Immaterialism 55–7, 77–8 impressions 81–5, 106 induction 18, 94–8, 106,

113–15 Johnson, Samuel 64 Kant, I. 103, 107, 165–7 Kepler, Johannes 12 knowledge 4–5, 81–3, 97,

124, 141–2, 163–4 language 51, 62, 127–30,

134–6, 139–40, 158–62 and experience 168 as ideational 44, 62 moral 104–5, 137 private 158–60 Locke, John 22–4, 30–31,

33–51, 81, 84, 111 politics 49, 171 logic 114, 121, 127, 133–4 logical atomism 125 Logical Positivism 128–9 Malebranche, Nicolas 52 mathematics 72, 97, 113,

121, 127, 133 matters of fact 86–7 meaning 139–40 mental existence 68 meta-ethics 105 Mill, J.S. 108–21, 132, 171 minds 117, 172 monism 65 Moore, G.E. 123 natural theology 53 Newton, Isaac 21, 53, 71–2 objects, belief in 111 observation 3 observer relativity 148 perception(s) 6–7, 24, 43,

63, 100, 152–3 adverbial 152 causal 43 inferential 155–6 judgmental 43 Kant on 165–7 processes of 146–7 relative 122 personal identity 48 Phenomenalism 109, 132,

151 Plato 9, 13

politics 120 Popper, Karl 163, 171 primary qualities 36–8 private ideas 13 property 26 Quine, W.V. 134 Rationalists 13–14 relations of ideas 86–7 reliability, observational

149 religion 136 representations 150 representative realism

30–31 Rorty, Richard 172 Russell, Bertrand 121–7,

132, 139, 160, 171 scepticism 54, 80 science 71, 87, 146 Scholasticism 11 secondary qualities 38–9 self, existence of 70, 100 sensations, possible

110–12 sense data 123–4, 132,

143–57, 160, 162, 167 shape 59, 66, 133 simple ideas 32–3 Socrates 70 solipsism 117 statements 132 substance 40, 59, 130 theology 87–8, 136 Thomas Aquinas, St 11 truth 82, 172 Utilitarianism 118–19 Verification Principle

129–30, 138 Vienna Circle 128 vision, theory of 57 Whitehead, A.N. 127 Wittgenstein, Ludwig 126,

139–40, 160–62, 171–2

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