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one sense.

CHAP. VI.

Of simple ideas of reflection.

SECT.

1. Simple ideas are the ope-

rations of the mind a.

bout its other ideas.

2. The idea of perception,

and idea of willing, we

have from reflection,

SECT.

1. It is the first smple idea

of reflection

2–4. Perceptioo is only when

the mind receives the

impression

5, 6. Children tho' they have

ideas in the womb, have

none innate.

7. Which ideas first, is not

evident,

know not,noproof against

5. Brutes compare but im.

space without body.

perfectly.

19, 20. Substance and accidents

6. Compounding.

of little use in philoso-

7. Brutes compound but

phy.

little.

21. A vacuum beyond the ut-

8. Naming.

most bounds of body.

9. Abstraction.

22. Thepower of annihilation

10, 11. Brutes abstract not.

proves a vacuum.

12, 13. Idiots and madmen.

23. Motion proves a vacuum.

14, Method.

24. The ideas of space and

15. These are the beginnings

body distinct.

of human knowledge. 25, 26. Extension being insepar-

16. Appeal to experience.

able from body, proves

17. Dark room.

it not the same.

we

SECT.

1. Both capable of greater

and less.
2. Expansion not bounded

by matter.
3. Nor duration by motion.
4. Why men more easily

admit infinite duration,

than infinite expansion.
5. Time to duration, is as

place to expansion,

6. Time and place are taken

for so much of either as

are set out by the existe

ence and motion of bo-

dies

7. Sometimes for so much

of either as we design by

measure taken from the

bulk or motion of bo-

dies,

8. They belong to all be.

ings.

CHAP. XIV.

Of duration and its simple

Of number.

modes.

SECT.

1. Duration is fleeting ex.

tension.

2-4. Its idea from reflection

on the train of our ideas.

5. The idea of duration ap-

plicable to things whilst

we sleep.

6—8. The idea of succession

not from motion.

9-11. The train of ideas has a

certain degree of quick-

ness,

12. This train, the measure

of other successions.

13--15. The mind cannot fix long

on one invariable idea.

16. Ideas, bowever made, in-

clude no sense of mo-

tion

17. Time is duration set out

by measures.

18. A good measure of time

must divide its whole

duration into equal peri-

ods.

19. The revolutions of the

sun and moon, the pro.

perest measures of time.

20. But not by their motion,

but periodical appear-

21. No two parts of duration

can be certainly known

to be equal.

22. Time not the measure of

motion.

23. Minutes, hours, and

years, not necessary

measures of duration,

24–26. Our measure of time ap-

plicable to duration be.

fore time.

27-30. Eternity,

ances.

SECT.

1. Number, the simplest

and most universal idea.

2. Its modes made by addi-

tion.

S. Each mode distinct.

4. Therefore demonstrations

în numbers the most

precise.

5,6. Names necessary to num-

bers.

CHAP. XVIII.

7. Why children number

not earlier.
8. Number measures all

measurables.

Of other simple modes.

1. Infinity in its original

intentions attributed to

space, duration, and

number.

2. The idea of finite easily

got.

3. How we come by the

idea of infinity

4. Our idea or space bound-

less.

5. And so of duration.

6. Why other ideas are not

capable of infinity.

7. Difference between infi.

nity of space and space

infinite.

8. We have no idea of in.

finite space.

9. Number affords us the

clearest idea of infinity.

10,

11. Our different conception

of the infinity of num.

ber, duration, and ex.

pansion.

12. Infinite divisibility.

13, 14. No positive idea of infi-

15–19. What is positive, what

negative, in our idea of

infinite,

16, 17. We have no positive idea

of iofinite duration.

18. No positive idea of infi.

nity

pain.

SECT.

1. Pleasure and pain simple

ideas.

2. Good and evil, what.

3. Our passions moved by

good and evil.

4. Love.

5. Hatred.

6 Desire.

7. Joy.

8 Sorrow.

9. Hope.

io. Fear.

11. Despair.

12. Anger.

13. Envy.

14. What passions all men

have.

15, 16. Pleasure and pain, what.

17. Shame.

nite space.

20. Some think they have a

positive idea of eternity,

and not of infinite space.

21. Supposed positive idea of

infinity, cause of mis-

takes.

22. All these ideas from sen-

satlon and reflection.

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