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Berkeley's theory of depth perception and his philosophy of the mind later served as a basis for ________. E.B. Titchener's structuralism Berkeley's theory of depth perception supported his metaphysical argument that: belief in an external world is more an act of faith than real Knowledge Hume did his work in the Age of Reason, yet when it came to morality and deciding if we approve or disapprove of the action of ourselves and others it depends on ________. passion and our feelings. Although the concept of association of ideas is very old, only _________ made it into a central principle of mental operation, calling it the "gravity" of the mind. Hume Which of the following thinkers was most responsible for the skeptical crisis of the 18th century? Hume Hume argued that our ability to form generalizations, i.e., form true beliefs, is useful in the conduct of life and is found in children and animals, but does not guarantee Truth Regarding our ability to form generalizations, (i.e. form true beliefs), which of the following was the view of Reid (Scottish common sense philosopher)? It is a God given innate mental faculty and is therefore a reliable source of knowledge. Regarding our ability to form generalizations, (i.e. form true beliefs), which of the following was the view of Immanuel Kant?
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