We continue our notes from Volume 3 (page 303), Volume 4 (page 246), Volume 5 (page 217), and Volume 6 (page 177).
Here we try to map memoidealistic epistemological counterparts (Volume 5, page 222) to Locke's theory of perception29.
1. Ideas of sensation:
Sense organs receive memory snapshots from other memories.
2. Ideas of reflection:
Memory snapshots from mind reflect snapshots from other memories.
Memory is a foundation of Universe.
4. Primary qualities:
Qualities associated with Memory as a substance.
5. Secondary qualities:
Qualities associated with memories as parts of Memory.
Next we map objections (and further development) of Berkeley30 to Locke's epistemology outlined above:
1. There is no need ...