"Berkeley's Three Dialogues" is a key text in the history of philosophy - the dialogues are, with the exception of Hume's, arguably the most important philosophical dialogues written in English. As such, this is a hugely exciting, yet challenging, piece of philosophical writing. In "Berkeley's 'Three Dialogues': A Reader's Guide", Aaron Garrett offers a clear and thorough account of this key philosophical work. The book offers a detailed review of the key themes and a lucid commentary that will enable readers to rapidly navigate the text. Geared towards the specific requirements of students who need to reach a sound understanding of the dialogues as a whole, the guide explores the complex and important ideas inherent in the text and provides a cogent survey of the reception and influence of Berkeley's work."Continuum Reader's Guides" are clear, concise and accessible introductions to key texts in literature and philosophy. Each book explores the themes, context, criticism and influence of key works, providing a practical introduction to close reading, guiding students towards a thorough understanding of the text. They provide an essential, up-to-date resource, ideal for undergraduate students.