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empiricists

john locke

David Hume

hume

George Berkeley, Empiricist Philosopher and Bishop

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4 comments on “empiricists

  1. mary^_^
    February 4, 2010

    maa’m portia gud eve po. ^_^
    Bakit po walapo si immanuel kant sa reports???
    hahah special!??

    We are prepared na hahahah!!
    Excited na ku sana di na po madelay ang report namin!
    yepeeey.
    nyt

  2. portiaplacino
    February 5, 2010

    kc po, hindi pa kayo nag-rereport. hehehe. yan yung mga tapos ng mag-report at nag-submit na ng powerpoint… so pag tapos na kayo nag-report at na-submit nyo na yung powerpoint, ipopost ko narin. galingan nyo sa report ha. good luck!

  3. mary^_^
    February 8, 2010

    Gud eve po mam
    hahahah, pd po bang manghiram din ng speker for tomorrow?
    para po sa pagererport namin?
    tska po laptop at projector.THANK you so muchpo!
    GBU

  4. portiaplacino
    February 8, 2010

    hala, wag ko sana makalimutan, hindi ko kc alam kung nagana pa ng ok yung sa faculty.
    test mo ko mga 7-7:30 am, 09228038712. sun line ko yan wag ipagkalat. hehehe. kokonti naman nagbubuklat nito pati commets. hehehe. yung projector, kunin nyo na agad para hindi kayo mawalan.

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