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These are ' identity or diversity ' , ' relation ' , ' co - existence or necessary
connexion ' and ʻreal existence ' . The first and third of these are merely special
and interesting cases of the second , ' relation ' . Locke says that they are “ truly
This might give the impression that the results of the other two , ' Ideas of
Relations ' ( got by ' setting . . . [ two ideas ) ... All the Ideas we have of Relation ' ,
he says , “ are made up , as the others are , only of simple Ideas ' ( 11 . xxv . 11 ] .
But as ...
1 ) . Caius is related to Sempronia by being her husband . What Locke calls the '
occasion ' or ' foundation of the relation is the ' Contract , and Ceremony of
Marriage with Sempronia ' [ II . xxv . 1 ) . Caius is related to his son by being his
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