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The Essay Towards a New Theory of Vision is a book published by George Berkeley. It was first published in 1709. In the essay, Berkeley examined visual distance, magnitude, position and problems of sight and [[touch]. Though giving rise to much controversy at the time, its conclusions are now accepted as an established part of the theory of optics.


A free copy can be found at the Classics in the History of Psychology website

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