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3 distinguishes three sorts : modes , substances , and relations . Modes , such as
' triangle ' , ' gratitude ' , ' murder ' , are said to ' contain not in them the supposition
of subsisting by themselves , but are considered as Dependences on , or ...
14 Modes ( and Substances ) In fact there are two sorts of mode , simple and
mixed . Simple modes are ' variations , or different combinations of the same
simple Idea , without the mixture of any other , as a dozen , or score ; which are
A further difference between modes and substances is that ' in the Species of . . .
Modes . . . ( real and nominal essences ) are always the same : But in
Substances , always quite different [ III . iii . 18 , v . 14 ) . From the point of view of
Locke ' s ...
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