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Classics in Empiricist Philosophy Collection (9 vols.)

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What is the nature of knowledge? John Locke, George Berkeley, and David Hume answered this question by arguing that humans can derive knowledge only from sense experience. Known as empiricism (from the Greek empeiria meaning “experience”), their way of understanding knowledge revolutionized Western philosophy.

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  • Nine volumes containing the seminal works of classic empiricism
  • Biographical notes and editor’s introductions
  • Complete indexes
  • Title: Classics in Empiricist Philosophy Collection
  • Volumes: 9
  • Pages: 3,357
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  1. AeliusCicero



  2. Seong Jin Kim

    Seong Jin Kim


  3. Randy Lane

    Randy Lane


  4. Michael Maria Waldstein
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  8. Prayson Daniel

    Prayson Daniel


    Hume’s Dialogue Concerning Natural Religion is a master piece leveled to challenge the classical arguments for existence of God. Contrary to what many say, Hume's criticism is not leveled against God's existence, but whether His nature can be known. Both Demea (D 142) and Philo (D 198), Hume’s characters, affirmed God’s existence but diverged on His nature. The problem of evil, for example, was Philo’s case against a benevolent nature of God, not His existence. John Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding (Book II Chap 21) set a brilliant case for the compatibility of free will and determinism. His argument shows that Principle of Alternative Possibility, assumed in libertarian freewill, is not the reason we are morally accountable. This position favors Reformed theology. How God determines all but yet we are free. This is a brilliant philosophical collection. Thank you Logos for going beyond Theology to the area which is very close related.


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