Zeno Vendler quotes

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Esse est percipi, to be is to be perceived, said good old Berkeley; but, according to most philosophers, he was wrong. Yet, obviou ...
Experience and imagination must enter into the very constitution of our thoughts involving concrete individuals.
the full analysis of the notions of saying something and understanding what one said inevitably involves a concept which, as I wil ...
To be in the mind and to be known are the same thing: in this domain esse est percipi.
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