Berkeley


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Synonyms for Berkeley

Irish philosopher and Anglican bishop who opposed the materialism of Thomas Hobbes (1685-1753)

a city in California on the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay

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As Berkeley himself attested, his metaphysics didn't work.
You do not know that Bishop Berkeley attested that his metaphysics did not work.
Because Berkeley made an invariable practice of going through doors instead of walls.
Quest as he would through the Piedmont hills and along the many-gated back-road to Berkeley, Daylight saw nothing of Dede Mason and her chestnut sorrel.
She complained of it as they returned to Berkeley Street.
She had consented to dine, as well as lunch, in Berkeley Square--sleeping there that night, and returning the next morning.
The message reached Berkeley Square at five o'clock in the afternoon.
But crude and unmeaning as this philosophy is, it exercised a great influence on his successors, not unlike that which Locke exercised upon Berkeley and Berkeley upon Hume himself.
As the car crossed the zone of scattered dwellings that separated Oakland from Berkeley, he kept a lookout for a familiar, two-story building along the front of which ran the proud sign, HIGGINBOTHAM'S CASH STORE.
The Busby Berkeley Collection Footlight Parade; Gold Diggers of 1933; Gold Diggers of 1935; Dames; 42nd Street; The Busby Berkeley Disc.
University of California Berkeley is a gem in the UC system.
On the courthouse lawn in the town of Moncks Corner, South Carolina--the seat of Berkeley County--there is no Confederate statue.
BERKELEY - Most Southern California travelers who venture to the Bay Area for pleasure are drawn - as if by some magnetic force - to the tip of the peninsula.
The stories depict the conflict between the Artist and the Marketplace in philosophical terms, with Bishop Berkeley of Cloyne used metaphorically in each story.
Architect Julia Morgan, Litquake readings and educational panels feature prominently in UC Berkeley Extension's fall lineup of public events in Berkeley and San Francisco.