GEORGE BERKELEY QUOTES

“To be is to be perceived.”

“The esse of things is percipi.”

“Philosophy is the art of living thoughtfully.”

“Truth is the cry of all, but the game of few.”

“All the choir of heaven and furniture of earth – in a word, all those bodies which compose the frame of the world – have not any subsistence without a mind.”

“It is evident to anyone, who takes a survey of the objects of human knowledge, that they are either ideas actually imprinted on the senses, or else such as are perceived by attending to the passions and operations of the mind.”

“What is real to us is determined by the meanings that we ascribe to it, the beliefs we hold about it, and the intentions we have towards it.”

“The world is my idea: this is a truth which holds good for everything that lives and knows.”

“I conceive of nothing in the world that is not purely an individual existence.”

“The objects of human thought are finite, determinate beings, and no being can be a determinate being without being in some place and thereby in a determinate time.”

“Everything you see is an idea in your mind.”

“The mind, in short, is the only thing that exists.”

“The whole business of philosophy is to understand the world.” EARRINGS QUOTES IN HINDI

“Being simply means being perceived.”

“Ideas are the immediate objects of the mind’s perception.”

“To be conscious of being perceiving ideas is to be conscious of being.”

“The most conspicuous difference between material and immaterial things is that the former are passive and subject to change, while the latter are active and unchanging.”

“Nature must be interpreted in terms of mind.”

“The world is a great puzzle which cannot be solved by our own mere thought and observation.”

“We can have no knowledge of anything beyond what we are able to conceive.”

“The only reliable way to know anything is by direct observation.”

“The world is the sum total of all that exists.”

“The material world we experience is a projection of our own minds.”

“The belief that the world exists independently of us is a mere dogma, unsupported by any evidence.”