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BY JOHN LOCKE, GENT.
TO WHICH ARE NOW ADDED,
I. An Analysis of Mr. Locke's Doctrine of Ideas, on a large Sheet.
II. A Defence of Mr. Locke's Opinion concerning perfonal Identity, with an Appendix.
III. A Treatise on the Conduct of the Understanding. IV. Some Thoughts concerning Reading and Study, for a Gentleman.
V. Elements of Natural Philofophy.
-EXTRACTED FROM THE AUTHOR'S WORKS.
TO WHICH IS PREFIXED
THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR.
IN THREE VOLUMES.
SECOND AMERICAS EDİTİON
PRINTED BY WILLIAM fessenden,
FOR THOMAS & ANDREWS, AND JOHN WEST, BOSTON.
Life of the Author.
BOOK I-CHAP. I
OF INNATE NOTIONS.
1. An Inquiry into the Understanding pleasant and
4. Ufeful to know the Extent of our Comprehenfion.
6. Knowing the Extent of our Capacities, will hinder
8. What Idea ftands for.
No Innate Speculative Principles.
1. The Way shown how we come by any Knowledge,
2. General Affent, the great Argument.
3. Univerfal confent proves nothing innate.
5. Not on the Mind naturally imprinted, because not
6, 7. That Men know them when they come to the
8. If Reafon difcovered them, that would not prove
9-11. It is falfe that Reason discovers them.
12. The coming to the use of Reason not the time we
13. By this they are not diftinguished from other