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      §5. Therefore these complex Ideas of Modes, when they are
referred by the Mind, and intended to correspond to the Ideas in
the Mind of some other intelligent Being, expressed by the Names
we apply to them, they may be very deficient, wrong, and inadequate.
Because they agree not to that, which the Mind designs to be their
Archetype, and Pattern: In which respect only, any Idea of Modes
can be wrong, imperfect, or inadequate. And on this account, our
Ideas of mixed Modes are the most liable to be faulty of any other; but
this refers more to proper Speaking, than knowing right.
Locke Hum II, 31, §5, p. 378