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The Aim and Method ofLockes Theory of Knowledge
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actually analytic analytic proposition argument assertion belief bodies Book causal certainty chapter clear colour complex ideas concept consider course criticism degree Descartes difficulty discussion distinction empirical Essay evidence example existence experience fact function give human knowledge idea of substance ideas of reflection ideas of sensation identity immaterial substance important introspection intuitive intuitive knowledge John Locke judgement kind language ledge Letter Concerning Toleration Locke's account Locke's theory logical Malebranche material mathematical matter means ment mental activities merely mind mixed modes motion nature observation particular perceive perception philo philosophers phrase physical objects political premises primary qualities problem problem of universals properties propositions psychology question reason refer relations between ideas resemble scholastic scholasticism secondary qualities sensation and reflection sense data signs simple ideas sort statements suppose talk theory of knowledge things thinking thought tion toleration understanding universal universal propositions volition word