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49. The freest agents are so SECT.

determined.

1. Mixed modes, what.

50. A constant determination 2. Made by the mind.

to a pursuit of happi- 3. Sometimes got by the ex.

ness, no abridgment of

plication of their names.

liberty.

4. The name ties the parts

51. The necessity of pursuing

of the mixed modes into

true happiness, the foun.

one idea.

dation of all liberty.

5. The cause of making

52. The reason of it.

mixed modes.

53. Government of our pase 6. Why words in ove lais-

sions, the right improve-

guage have none answer-

ment of liberty.

ing in another.

54, 55. How men come to pursue 7. And languages change.

different courses.

8. Mixed modes, where they

56. How men come to choose

exist.

ill.

9. How we get the ideas of

57. First, from bodily pains.

mixed modes.

Secondly, from wrong de- 10. Motion, thinking, and

sires arising from wrong

power, have been most

judgment.

modified.

58, 59. Our judgment of pre- 11. Several words seeming to

sent good or evil always

signify action, signify but

right.

the effect.

60. From a wrong judgment 12. Mixed modes, made also

of what makes a neces-

of other ideas.

sary part of their happie

ness.

CHAP. XXII.

61, 62. A more particular ac-

count of wrọng judge. Of the complex ideas of substan-

ments.

ces.

63. In comparing present and SECT.

future.

1. Ideas of substances, how

61, 65. Causes of this.

made.

66. In considering conse- 2. Our idea of substance in

quences of actions.

general.

67. Causes of this.

3, 6. Of the sorts of substances.

68. Wrong judgment of what 4. No clear idea of substance

is necessary to our hap-

in general.

piness.

5. As clear an idea of spirit

69. We can change the agree-

as body.
ableness or disagreeable-

7. Powers a great part of
ness in things.

our complex idea of sub-

70. Preference of vice to vir.

stances.

tue, a manifest wrong

8. And why..

judgment.

9. Three sorts of ideas make

71-73. Recapitulation.

our complex ones of sub-

stances.

10. Powers make a great part

CHAP. XXII.

of our complex ideas of

substances.

Of mixed modes.

11. The now secondary qua.
lities of bodies would dis-

composing in the mind.
appear, if we could disco.

3. All artificial things are
ver the primary ones of

collective ideas.
their minute parts.

12. Our faculties of discovery

CHAP. XXV.

suited to our state.

13. Conjecture about spirits.

Of relation.

14. Complex ideas of sub- SECT.

stances.

1. Relation, what.

15. Idea of spiritual sub- 2. Relations, without corre-

stances, as clear as of

lative terms, not easily

bodily substances.

perceived.

16. No idea of abstract sub-

3. Some seemingly absolute

stance.

terms contain relations.

17. The cohesion of solid 4. Relation different from

parts, and impulse, the

the things related.

primary ideas of body.

5. Change of relation may

18. Thinking and motivity

be without any change

the primary ideas of spi-

in the subject.

rit.

6. Relation only betwixt two

19-21. Spirits capable of mo-

things.

tion.

7. All things capable of re-

22. Idea of soul and body

lation.

compared.

8. The ideas of relation

23—27. Cohesion of solid parts in

clearer often, than of the

body, as hard to be con-

subjects related.

ceived, as thinking in a

9. Relations all terminate

soul.

in simple ideas.

28, 29. Communication of mo- 10. Terms leading the mind

tion by impulse, or by

beyond the subjects deno-

thought, equally intelli-

minated, are relative.

gible.

11. Conclusion.

30. Ideas of body and spirit

compared.

CHAP. XXVI.

31. The notion of spirit in-

volves no more difficulty Of cause and effect, and other rea

in it than that of body.

Jations,

32. We know nothing beyond SECT.

our simple ideas.

1. Whence their ideas got.

33_-35. Idea of God.

2. Creation, generation, ma-

36. No ideas in our complex

king alteration.

one of spirits, but those 3, 4. Relations of time.

got frorn sensation or re-

5. Relations of place and

flection.

extension.

37. Recapitulation.

6. Absolute terms often

stand for relations.

CHAP. XXIV.

CHAP. XXVII.

Of collective ideas of substances.

SECT.

Of identity and diversity.

1. One idea.

SECT.

2. Made by the power of 1. Wherein identity con-

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