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George Berkeley: Principles of Human Knowledge

  1. Berkeley asserts that existing and perceiving are
      a. one and the same thing.
      b. both nonexistent.
      c. two distinct things.
      d. imaginary.
  2. Berkeley insists that heat and cold are
      a. illusions.
      b. physical objects.
      c. only things existing apart from our minds.
      d. only sensations existing in our minds.
  3. Berkeley believes that sensible things cannot exist except in
      a. a mind.
      b. absolute existence.
      c. material substance.
      d. a material universe.
  4. Berkeley concludes that God exists because
      a. material substance exists.
      b. all sensible things must be perceived by him.
      c. God perceives all things having absolute subsistence.
      d. God is material substance.
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