Philosophical works, 1734-52: The analyst. A defence of free-thinking in mathematics. Reasons for not replying to Mr. Walton's "full answer." Siris. Letters ... on the virtues of tar-water. Farther thoughts on tar-water. Appendices: A. Berkeley's rough draft of the Introduction to the Principles of human knowledge. B. Arthur Collier. C. Samuel Johnson and Jonathan Edwards. D. Some of Berkeley's early critics. E. An essay 'Of infinites' by Berkeley
Clarendon Press, 1901
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