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1. An Analysis of Mr. Locke's Doctrine of Ideas, IV. Same Thoughts concerning Reading and
Study for a Gentleman.
PUBLISHED BY CUMMINGS & HILLIARD AND J. T. BUCKINGHAM,
J. T. Buckingham, Printer, Winter-Street.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.
ESSAY ON HUMAN UNDERSTANDING, CONTINUED:
mind gives to its own thoughts.
of ano ther, and why.
communicating our thoughts.
doubtfulness of their signification.
ful: First, Because the ideas they
stand for are so complex.
contributes also to their doubtful.
to real essences that cannot be
ties, which are known but imper-
Of the abuse of words.
without clear ideas.
fore the ideas they belong to.
tributed to this,
knowledge and communication.
of the letters.
sences of substances.