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Mill On Matter

  • J. P. Day (a1)
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Mill holds a metaphysical theory about the nature of things which is of the sensationalist or phenomenalist variety, and which he derives admittedly from the idealism of Berkeley. This metaphysical theory is introduced into a discussion in which he is attempting something different, namely, to offer a rival psychological account to Hamilton's intuitionist one of how it is that men possess that familiar but complex conception, Nature or the external world. It will be convenient to consider his psychological theory first.

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K. Britton , J. S. Mill, ch. 6, sees. 3-5 (London, 1953);

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Philosophy
  • ISSN: 0031-8191
  • EISSN: 1469-817X
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