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British empiricism displays an understanding of universals that is consistent with the lack of distinction between sense knowledge and intellectual knowledge.
Brantley traces how these three religious figures, particularly, introduce British empiricism to the American scene.
These practices were to give ground as British empiricism came to replace the classical philosophy that undergirded the texts widely used in the schools.
While this theory best thrived during the great mathematico-deductive achievements of western thought, it was strongly supported by the image theory of mind developed in British empiricism.
The roots of such an approach can be traced through Marx to Utilitarianism and eventually to British Empiricism.

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