Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous was written by George Berkeley and published in 1713.
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- Personal Background
- First Dialogue 171–175
- First Dialogue 176–180
- First Dialogue 180–192
- First Dialogue 192–199
- First Dialogue: 200–203
- First Dialogue 203-end
- Second Dialogue 208–210
- Second Dialogue 210–215
- Second Dialogue 215–221
- Third Dialogue 227–229
- Third Dialogue 231–235
- Third Dialogue 242–250
- Third Dialogue 251-end
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