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The Cohesion of solid Parts, and Impulse, the primary Ideas of Body.       §17. The primary Ideas we have peculiar to Body, as contradistin-
guished to Spirit, are the cohesion of solid, and consequently separable
parts, and a power of communicating Motion by impulse. These, I think,
are the original Ideas proper and peculiar to Body: for Figure is but
the consequence of finite Extension.
Locke Hum II, 23, §17, p. 306