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Chapters 6 and 7 in the textbook Philosophy: The Power of Ideas.
1) Why does Berkeley say that sensible objects exist only in the mind?
2) â€œNecessity is something in the mind, not in the objects.â€ Explain what this means and what Humeâ€™s reasons were for holding it.