The more I think about it the more I wish I’d asked you to do this before. If you do it properly it has so many benefits I haven’t got time to list them all!

  • Find a online copy of Berkeley’s ‘Three Dialogues’.
  • Copy and paste into a text document (you probably only need the First Dialogue).
  • Search for the quotes that are given in the text book, read around the quotes and produce an edited version of the text with all the most important bits.
  • Make sure you include enough to make it make sense.
  • Find a picture of Berkeley and stick it in.
  • Highlight some important bits.
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