— 320 —
Some seemingly absolute Terms contain Relations.       §3. Another sort of relative terms there is, which are not looked on
to be either relative, or so much as external Denominations: which
yet, under the form and appearance of signifying something abso-
lute in the Subject do conceal a tacit, though less observable,
Relation. Such are the seemingly positive terms of Old, Great, Imperfect,
etc. whereof I shall have occasion to speak more at large in the
following Chapters.
Locke Hum II, 25, §3, p. 320