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JO 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
OF THE COMPLEX IDEAS OF SUBSTANCES.
1. Ideas of substances, how made.
2. Our idea of substance in general.
3, 6. Of the sorts of substances.
4. No clear idea of substance in general.
5. As clear an idea of spirit as body.
7. Powers a great part of our complex idea of substances.
9. Three sorts of ideas make our complex ones of substances.
10. Powers make a great part of our complex ideas of substances.
11. The now secondary qualities of bodies would disappear, if
we could discover the primary ones of their minute parts.
12. Our faculties of discovery suited to our state.
14. Complex ideas of substance.
15. Idea of spiritual substances as clear as of bodily substances.
16. No idea of abstract substance.
17. The cohesion of solid parts, and impulse, the primary ideas
18. Thinking and motivity the primary ideas of spirit.
19–21. Spirits capable of motion,
22. Idea of soul and body compared.
23—27. Cohesion of solid parts in body, as hard to be conceived
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