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Ideas referred to any thing may be true or false.       §4. When-ever the Mind refers any of its Ideas to any thing
extraneous to them, they are then capable to be called true or false.
Because the Mind in such a reference, makes a tacit Supposition of
their Conformity to that Thing: which Supposition, as it happens
to be true or false; so the Ideas themselves come to be denominated.
The most usual Cases wherein this happens, are these following:
Locke Hum II, 32, §4, p. 385