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Relation different from the Things related.       §4. This farther may be observed, That the Ideas of Relation,
may be the same in Men, who have far different Ideas of the Things
that are related, or that are thus compared. v.g. Those who have far
different Ideas of a Man, may yet agree in the notion of a Father:
which is a notion superinduced to the Substance, or Man, and
refers only to an act of that thing called Man; whereby he con-
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tributed to the Generation of one of his own kind, let Man be what
it will.
Locke Hum II, 25, §4, pp. 320-321