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| ||John Locke publishes his Essay concerning Human Understanding, arguing that all knowledge is based on experience|| ||
| ||25-year-old George Berkeley attacks Locke in his Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge|| ||
| ||In his Science of Knowledge Johann Gottlieb Fichte contrasts the I, or Ego, and its opposing non-I, or non-Ego|| ||
| ||Scottish anthropologist James Frazer publishes The Golden Bough, a massive compilation of contemporary knowledge about ritual and religious custom|| ||
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