6 years ago in Mixed

Theory of Idealism was expounded by George Hegal, Bishop George and Berkeley According to this

[A] mathli is an illusion and that the only reality that which exists mentally
[B] good was pleasure and that evil was pain
[C] base of knowledge is sense-experience, that is, observations governed by scientific principles
[D] all knowledge is derived from sensory experience, by observing and experimenting
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Davinder Singh
Davinder Singh - 4 months ago

Davinder Singh from Delhi, India is saying base of knowledge is sense-experience, that is, observations governed by scientific principles is correct answer

Aaliya Shamim
Aaliya Shamim - 7 months ago

Aaliya Shamim from Patna, India is saying mathli is an illusion and that the only reality that which exists mentally is correct answer

Mahfooz Alam
Mahfooz Alam - 7 months ago

Mahfooz Alam from Patna, India is saying mathli is an illusion and that the only reality that which exists mentally is correct answer

Manvendra Singh Rawat
Manvendra Singh Rawat - 10 months ago

Manvendra Singh Rawat from Delhi, India is saying base of knowledge is sense-experience, that is, observations governed by scientific principles is correct answer

Sunil Kumar R
Sunil Kumar R - 1 year ago

Sunil Kumar R from Bengaluru, India is saying good was pleasure and that evil was pain is correct answer

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