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Unformatted text preview: no shape, no size, no place, while at the same time ensuring that all these things appear to me to exist just as they do now? earth I am like a ____ who is enjoying an imaginary freedom while asleep; as he begins to suspect that he is asleep, he dreads being woken up, and goes along with the pleasant illusion as long as he can. prisioner By similar reasoning, although these general kinds of things--eyes, head, hands and so on--could be imaginary, it must at least be admitted that certain other simpler and more ______ things are real. Universal...
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2011 for the course PHIL 1302 taught by Professor Byrd during the Fall '10 term at UT Arlington.
- Fall '10