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ESSAY

Human Understanding.

Written by JOHN LOCKE, Gent.

THE TWENTY-FIRST EDITION.

TO WHICH ARE NOW ADDED,

Printed for J. Johnson, W. J. and J. Richardson, W. Otridge and Son,

F. C. and J. Rivington, D. Ogilvy and Son, Leigh and Sotheby,
T. Payne, G. Robinson, W. Lowndes, R. Faulder, J. Walker, Vernor
and Hood, Darton and Harvey, G. Wilkie and J. Robinson, C. Law,
J. White, Longman and Co., Cadell and Davies, and J. Mawman;

By Bye and Law, St. John's Square, Clerkenwell.

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Essay on HUMAN UNDERSTANDING continued.

BOOK III.

OF WORDS.

CH A P. VII.

of particles.

SECT.

1. Particles connect parts, or

whole sentences together.

2. In them consists the art

of well speaking.

3, 4. They show what relation

the mind gives to its own

thoughts.

5. Instance in But.

6. This matter but lightly

touched here.

CHAP. VIII.

Of abstract and concrete terms.

SECT.

1. Abstract terms not pre-

dicable one of another,

and why.

2. They show the difference

of our ideas.

CHAP. IX.

Of the imperfection of words.

SECT.

1. Words are used for re.

cording and communicat.

ing our thoughts.

2. Any words will serve for

recording

nerves.

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