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2007 | 55 | 5 | 709-719
Article title

Nic není, tedy Jsem (Berkeleyho a Klímovo pojetí existence)

Authors
Title variants
EN
Nothing exists, therefore I am (Berkeley´s and Klíma´s Concept of Existence)
Languages of publication
CS
Abstracts
EN
Berkeley and Klima agree that for the sake of god the existence of the external world is to be rejected. While Berkeley replaces the eliminated external world with god, who is the source of our sensations and in whose mind all things exist, Klima's concept of god is a triumph over the deception of intentionality. Berkeley introduces a new concept of existence - to exist means to be perceived - things therefore really exist, either in our minds or in the mind of god. For Klima the elimination of the external world means that the world is an illusion. This illusion is the result of intentionality, which is the uneliminable structure of consciousness; by breaking with the deception of intentionality Klima arrives at the concept 'I am God.'
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Year
Volume
55
Issue
5
Pages
709-719
Physical description
Document type
ARTICLE
Contributors
author
  • Z. Skorpikova, Filosoficky ustav AV CR, Jilska 1, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic
References
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Publication order reference
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CEJSH db identifier
08CZAAAA03847675
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.10fe6049-bff3-34b2-aedd-04dcc276c653
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