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Berkeley, George, 1685-1753

LC control no.n 79055588
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Personal name headingBerkeley, George, 1685-1753
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Variant(s)G. B. (George Berkeley), 1685-1753
B., G. (George Berkeley), 1685-1753
Berkley, George, 1685-1753
Author of The minute philosopher, 1685-1753
Minute philosopher, Author of the, 1685-1753
Cloyne, Bishop of, 1685-1753
Berkeley, Bishop, 1685-1753
Member of the established church, 1685-1753
בערקלי, דזשארדזש, 1685-1753
Author of Siris, 1685-1753
See alsoChurch of Ireland. Diocese of Cloyne. Bishop (1734-1753 : Berkeley)
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Birth date16850312
Death date17530114
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Found inDNB (Berkeley, George, 1685-1753; Bishop of Cloyne, 1734)
MdU/G-K files (usage: Bishop of Cloyne; George Berkley; author of The minute philosopher; G.B.; member of the established church)
Prior, Thomas. An authentick narrative of the success of tar-water, 1746: t.p. (Author of Siris)
Wikipedia, Mar. 6, 2012 (George Berkeley; b. 12 March 1685; d.14 January 1753, also known as Bishop Berkeley (Bishop of Cloyne), was an Anglo-Irish philosopher whose primary achievement was the advancement of a theory he called "immaterialism" (later referred to as "subjective idealism" by others). Born at his family home, Dysart Castle, near Thomastown, County Kilkenny, Ireland, he lived at one point in Newport, R.I. died in Cloyne and is buried in Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford)