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CHAPTER III 10 Complex Ideas : Relations We noted in section 6 that much of
Book II , ' Of Ideas ' , discusses various sorts of complex idea . II . xii . 3
distinguishes three sorts : modes , substances , and relations . Modes , such as '
triangle ' ...
When he first makes it , the distinction between the two sorts of idea is closely
related to the traditional distinction between substance and accident . He
describes substances as ' such combinations of simple Ideas , as are taken to
13 Substances and Substance Section 11 explained substances , one of the
sorts of complex idea that Locke ... We saw in section 11 that in Locke ' s
extended discussions substance - ideas are ideas of natural kinds of thing which
have ! ! the ...
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