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General or abstract ideas are formed by the intelligence from the collection of sense materials. ” The intelligence goes beyond the actual sense-data in forming a unique idea from all the particular sensations. With regard to ideas of incorporeal things, which cannot be known by the senses, sense experience and the imagination furnish the occasion for the understanding to gain this knowledge. Because of certain experiences the understanding thinks, reflects, abstracts, and arrives at ideas, such as that of God.

Revue de synthèse 47 (1950): 67–79. Study of Gassendi’s philosophy of science and scientific method. Rochot, Bernard. Les travaux de Gassendi sur Epicure et sur l’atomisme, 1619–1658. Paris: J. Vrin, 1944. Important study of Gassendi’s development. Contains a critical bibliography. Turner, Anthony, and Nadine Gomez. Pierre Gassendi: Explorateur des sciences. Catalogue from the exhibit on Gassendi at the Musée de Digne, Digne-les-Bains, France, May 19–October 18, 1992. Portrays the many scientific interests Gassendi had.

God has created the atoms and given them an impulse to move downward. They move at different rates of speed, and for this reason they collide with one another. The collisions change the courses of the atoms, causing still further collisions, and so on. The various changes that take place in the world, both on the apparent and on the nonapparent level, can be accounted for by the movements of the atoms, their collisions, and their combinations. Thus, the real world is conceived as a mechanism made up of small moving parts, the atoms.

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