To Be Is To Be Perceived

At Harris Manchester College (the college I’m affiliated with here), I stumbled across the apartment of Bishop Berkeley, a philosopher who argued that things don’t really exist unless they are perceived (or as he put it “esse est percipi” – to be is to be perceived). Here is the marker! He he.  – Doug

Here are a few other perceptions of Harris Manchester . . .





4 thoughts on “To Be Is To Be Perceived

  1. That looks so beautiful! The last photo reminds me of St. Olaf Chapel, but with about 15 more gardeners and a turret for the pastors office (or fair maidens).

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