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Locke, Berkeley, Leibniz

. Discuss these proofs as clearly as you can, showing the connection between the philosopher’s epistemology and the proof. Offer analysis and evaluation.
2. Carefully trace Hylas’ progression of ideas in the first dialogue, being careful to refer to Locke where appropriate. Offer analysis and evaluation.
HALF ESSAY: Berkeley, Leibniz and Locke have significant discussions on the issue of human freedom (Locke is against the term “free will”), each stemming from their own particular epistemologies. Discuss and evaluate 2. How do Locke (Chap.XI, Book IV) and Berkeley (God proof in TDBH&P) prove the existence of external objects? . Discuss and evaluate four of Berkeley’s criticisms of his immaterialism: First, then, it will be objected that by the foregoing principles all that is real and substantial in nature is banished out of the world, and instead thereof a chimerical scheme of ideas takes place. All things that exist, exist only in the mind, that is, they are purely notional. What therefore becomes of the sun, moon and stars? What must we think of houses, rivers, mountains, trees, stones; nay, even of our own bodies? Are all these but so many chimeras and illusions on the fancy?