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Condillac composed his most influential work, the Treatise on Sensations , in which he attempted to explain how through sensation the mind naturally arrives at the ideas of independent material objects. His later writings include Commerce and Government , a defense of physiocratic doctrines, and the posthumously published Logic Condillac: Essay on the Origin of Human Knowledge.
Condillac's Essay on the Origin of Human Knowledge, first published in French in and offered here in a new translation, represented in its time a radical departure from the dominant conception of the mind as a reservoir of innately given ideas. Descartes had held that knowledge must rest on ideas; Condillac turned this upside down by arguing that speech and words are the origin of mental life and knowledge. His work influenced many later philosophers, and also anticipated Wittgenstein's view of language and its relation to mind and thought.
Analysis and generation of the operations of the soul. Imagination contemplation and memory.
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How the connection of ideas formed by attention brings forth imagination contemplation and memory. The use of signs is the true cause of the progress of imagination contemplation and memory. Operations that consist in distinguishing abstracting comparing compounding and decompounding our ideas. The prosody of the first languages. The prosody of the Greek and Latin languages and en passant the declamation of the ancients. Progress of the art of gesture among the ancients. Musical and plain declamation compared.
Which is the most perfect prosody? The origin of poetry.
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Digression on the origin of principles and of the operation that consists in analysis. Defects and advantages of the imagination. The source of the charms that imagination gives to truth. On reason and on intellect and its different aspects.