Argument from Perceptual Relativity Student’s Name Professor’s Name Institution Course Date Argument from Perceptual Relativity This argument is almost similar to the theory of relativity in Physics only that in this case there is the aspect of perception. The first dialogue of Berkeley's arguments between Hylas and Philonous claims that objects of the first perception depend on the how the minds perceiving them are examined. This one of the most important claim of Berkeley's idealism. He uses this claim to assert that nothing exists material things. He rejects materialists' assertion that material things are mind-independent whose existence does not depend on perception and therefore will exist whether with or without the existence of the mind. The arguments create the emphasis that are no mind-independent things for perception. The argument makes have the feeling that there is an external world with all manner of objects that happen to be somewhere outside our minds. References Berkeley G. (2017). Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous in opposition to Sceptics and Atheists. [...]
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