- Title Pages
- List of Abbreviations
- List of Contributors
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Sensible Qualities and Secondary Qualities in the First Dialogue
- 3 Some Issues in Berkeley’s Account of Sense Perception
- 4 Berkeley on the Objects of Perception
- 5 Berkeley’s Semiotic Idealism
- 6 Berkeley’s Argument for the Existence of God in the <i>Three Dialogues</i>
- 7 Berkeley on Continuous Creation
- 8 The Active Self and Perception in Berkeley’s <i>Three Dialogues</i>
- 9 Berkeley on God’s Knowledge of Pain
- 10 A Puzzle in the <i>Three Dialogues</i> and Its Platonic Resolution
- 11 The Scope of Berkeley’s Idealism in the 1734 Edition of the <i>Three Dialogues</i>
- 12 Matter, God, and Nonsense
- 13 Hey, What’s the Big Idea?
- Berkeley's Three Dialogues
- Oxford University Press
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