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J O H N L O C K E.
A NEW EDITION, CORRECTED.
IN TEN VOLUMES.
PRINTED FOR THOMAS TEGG; W. SHARPE AND SON; G. OFFOR;
G. AND J. ROBINSON; J. EVANS AND CO.: ALSO R. GRIFFIN
18. Thinking and motivity the primary ideas of spirit.
as thinking in a soul.
28, 29. Communication of motion by impulse, or by thought, equally
30. Ideas of body and spirit compared.
31. The notion of spirit involves no more difficulty in it than
that of body.
32. We know nothing beyond our simple ideas.
sensation or reflection.