Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous. This paper will arugue that abstract ideas are possible and disprove Philonous claims.
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In Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous, Berkeley attempts to show that believing in mind-independent matter leads to absurdity and skepticism. Berkeley invites us to accept instead the doctrine of idealism, where the only things that exist are minds and ideas. Philonous - the spokesperson for Berkeley's considered view - uses several different kinds of argument to convince Hylas of idealism. In this paper I will investigate one type of argument that Philonous offers. Philonous claims that we cannot form abstract ideas, and suggests that the impossibility of abstract ideas deprives…
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