1. Explain Berkeley's use of these terms with definitions and
B. sensible things
C. things immediately perceived
D. mediate perception
2. Why does Berkeley think intense heat is in the mind? Moderate heat? Taste? Odor?
3. On what grounds does Philonous reject Hylas' conclusion that: "We must not
therefore conclude absolutely, that there is no heat in the fire, or sweetness in the
sugar, but only that heat or sweetness, as perceived by us, are not in the fire or sugar.
4 Name the primary properties. What is Berkeley's argument to show that primary
properties exist in the mind?