An essay concerning humane understanding microform
Locke, John, 1632-1704.
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THE CONTENTS.

BOOK I. Of Innate Notions.

    CHAP.
  • 1. Introduction.
  • 2. No innate speculative Principles.
  • 3. No innate practical Principles.
  • 4. Other Proofs against innate Prin∣ciples.

BOOK II. Of Ideas.

    CHAP.
  • 1. Of Ideas in general.
  • 2. Of simple Ideas.
  • 3. Of Ideas of one Sense.
  • 4. Of Solidity.
  • 5. Of simple Ideas of more than one Sense.
  • 6. Of simple Ideas of Reflexion.
  • 7. Of simple Ideas both of Sensation and Reflexion.
  • 8. Other Considerations concerning sim∣ple Ideas.
  • 9. Of Perception.
  • 10. Of Retention.
  • 11. Of Discerning.
  • 12. Of complex Ideas.
  • 13. Of Space, and its simple Modes.
  • 14. Of Duration.
  • 15. Of Extension and Duration consi∣dered together.
  • 16. Of Number.
  • 17. Of Infinity.
  • 18. Of other simple Modes.
  • 19. Of the Modes of Thinking.
  • 20. Of the Modes of Plasure and Pain.
  • 21. Of Power.
  • 22. Of mixed Modes.
  • 23. Of the complex Ideas of Substances.
  • 24. Of the collective Ideas of Sub∣stances.
  • 25. Of Relation.
  • 26. Of Cause and Effect, and other Re∣lations
  • 27. Of other Relations.
  • 28. Of clear and distinct, obscure and confused Ideas.
  • 29. Of real and phantastical Ideas.
  • 30. Of adequate and inadequate Ideas.
  • 31. Of true and false Ideas.

BOOK III. Of Words.

    CHAP.
  • 1. Of Words and Language in general.
  • 2. Of the Signification of Words.
  • 3. Of general Terms.
  • 4. Of the Names of simple Ideas.
  • 5. Of the Names of mixed Modes and Relations.
  • 6. Of the Names of Substances.
  • 7. Of abstract and concrete Terms.
  • 8. Of the Imperfection of Words.
  • 9. Of the Abuse of Words.
  • 10. Of the Remedies of the foregoing Imperfections and Abuses.
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BOOK IV. Of Knowledge and Opinion.

    CHAP.
  • 1. Of Knowledge in general.
  • 2. Of the Degrees of our Knowledge.
  • 3. Of the extent of Humane Know∣ledge.
  • 4. Of the Reality of our Know∣ledge.
  • 5. Of Truth in general.
  • 6. Of universal Propositions, their Truth and Certainty.
  • 7. Of Maxims.
  • 8. Of trifling Propositions.
  • 9. Of our Knowledge of Existence.
  • 10. Of the Existence of a GOD.
  • 11. Of the Knowledge of the Existence of other Things.
  • 12. Of the Improvement of our Know∣ledge.
  • 13. Some other Considerations concer∣ning our Knowledge.
  • 14. Of Iudgment.
  • 15. Of Probability.
  • 16. Of the Degrees of Assent.
  • 17. Of Reason.
  • 18. Of Faith and Reason, as contra∣distinguished.
  • 19. Of wrong Assent, or Errour
  • 20. The Division of the Sciences.