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" An obscure and relative idea of substance in general being thus made, we come to have the ideas of particular sorts of substances, by collecting such combinations of simple ideas as are, by experience and observation of men's senses, taken notice of to... "
An essay concerning human understanding. Also, extr. from the author's works ... - Side 296
af John Locke - 1819
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English Philosophers and Schools of Philosophy

James Seth - 1912 - 404 sider
...idea of substance in general lies at the basis of our ideas of particular substances, which we acquire 'by collecting such combinations of simple ideas as...internal constitution, or unknown essence of that substance.'2 We can never be certain, however, that we have discovered the real collection of qualities...
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Selections

John Locke - 1928 - 436 sider
...standing under or upholding. An obscure and relative idea of substance in general being thus made, we come to have the ideas of particular sorts of substances,...senses taken notice of to exist together, and are 1 This paragraph, with its humor, led some of Locke's critics to suppose that he wished to deny the...
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Selections

John Locke - 1928 - 428 sider
...made, we come to have the ideas of particular jsqrts_of_substances, by collecting- s.uch_£onibinations of simple ideas, as are by experience and observation...senses taken notice of to exist together, and are 1 This paragraph, with its humor, led some of Locke's critics to suppose that he wished to deny the...
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Reality

Carl Avren Levenson, Jonathan Westphal - 1994 - 218 sider
...relative Idea of Substance in general being thus made, we come to have the Ideas of particular sons of Substances, by collecting such Combinations of...come to have the Ideas of a Man, Horse, Gold, Water, etc. of which Substances, whether any one has any other clear Idea, farther than of certain simple...
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The Logic of the Living Present: Experience, Ordering, Onto-Poiesis of Culture

Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka - 1994 - 328 sider
...and in those concerning knowledge of “co-existence” in Book IV. In Book II Locke says: (W)e come to have the Ideas of particular sorts of Substances,...Constitution, or unknown Essence of that Substance. (II, xxiii, 3)¿ The complex ideas of substances are not given to us ready-made from the beginning,...
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Locke

Michael Ayers - 1999 - 68 sider
...our 'ideas of the particular sorts of substances' are formed of ideas of such qualities and powers 'as are by experience and observation of men's senses taken notice of to exist together' in fact carried a heavy and, it must be said, highly problematic theoretical load. lt was a part of...
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Berkeley's Principles and Dialogues: Background Source Materials

C. J. McCracken, I. C. Tipton - 2000 - 314 sider
...obscure and relative idea of substance in general being thus made, we come to have the ideas of funicular sorts of substances by collecting such combinations...come to have the ideas of a man, horse, gold, water, etc.; of which substances, whether anyone has any other clear idea, further than of certain simple...
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First Philosophy: Fundamental Problems and Readings in Philosophy

Andrew Bailey - 2002 - 1002 sider
...under or upholding. §3. An obscure and relative idea of substance in general being thus made, we come to have the ideas of particular sorts of substances,...particular internal constitution, or unknown essence ofthat substance. Thus we come to have the ideas of a man, horse, gold, water, &c. of which substances,...
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First Philosophy II: Knowledge and Reality: Fundamental Problems and ...

Andrew Bailey - 2004 - 342 sider
...under or upholding. §3. An obscure and relative idea of substance in general being thus made, we come to have the ideas of particular sorts of substances,...substances, whether any one has any other clear idea, farther than of certain simple ideas co-existent together, I appeal to every one's own experience....
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The Library of Original Sources: Volume VI (Advance in Knowledge 1650-1800)

Oliver J. Thatcher - 2004 - 466 sider
...Sorts of Substances. — An obscure and relative idea of substance in general being thus made, we come to have the ideas of particular sorts of substances,...come to have the ideas of a man, horse, gold, water, etc., of which substances, whether any one has any other clear idea, further than of simple ideas coexistent...
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