The Nature of Reality

George Berkeley: Matter Doesn’t Matter

Philosophy’s weirdest argument, but irrefutable

By George! You’re onto something there! (Image in Public Domain)

As you are reading this, are you sitting down? On what are you sitting? A chair, probably. Of what is the chair made? Wood? Plastic? Metal? A combination? And what does science, and common sense, tell us that these things we call wood, plastic, and metal are…

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Philosophy is a way of life and the unphilosophical life in not worth living.

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Douglas Giles, PhD

Douglas Giles, PhD

Philosophy professor reaching beyond the ivory tower and digging deeper. elmhurst.academia.edu/DouglasGiles, @DGilesPhd, InsertPhilosophyHere.com.

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