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ideas are to be taught by presentation , by making a person ' actually have the
Idea , that Word stands for ' ( III . xi . 14 ) . As Locke explains , he that has not
before received into his Mind , by the proper inlet , the simple Idea which any
92 NON atron 3 ) Ver a Git is in chich . combne per or conjurex deas are doned
Locke guishes three different acts or operations of the mind which we may
perform on simple ideas . The first of these , ' combining , is that by which ' all
Disputations 44 , 76f . , 79 Ideas , agreement and disagreement of Du Moulin , P .
97 57ff . Ideas , causes of 149ff . Empedocles 167 x Ideas , clear / obscure 52f .
Enlightenment 186 Ideas , complex 91ff . ; see also Ideas , Enthusiasm 143f ...
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