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      An Essay
      Concerning Human
      Understanding
      With the Notes and Illus of the Author,
      and an Analysis of His Doctrine of
      Ideas; Also, Questions on Locke's Essay
      by
      John Locke


      An Essay Concerning Human Understanding

      With the Notes and Illus of the Author, and an Analysis of His Doctrine of Ideas; Also, Questions on Locke's Essay

      by John Locke and A. M.

      Excerpt


      For the understanding, like the eye, judging Of objects only by its own sight, cannot but be pleased with what it discovers, having less regret for what has escaped it, because it is unknown. Thus he who has raised himself above the alms-basket, and not content to live lazily on scraps of begged opinions, sets his own thoughts on work, to find and follow truth, will (whatever he lights on) not miss the hunter's satisfaction; every moment Of his pursuit will reward his pains with some delight, and he will have reason to think his time not ill spent, even when he cannot much boast of any great acquisition.

      Book Details


      PIBN10041888
      ISBN978-1-330-36940-1
      ISBN (Hardcover)978-0-331-58268-0
      LanguageEnglish
      CategoryLogic
      Pages686
      Words333751
      Vocabulary4185

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