— 388 —
As referred to real Existences, none of our Ideas can be false, but those of Substances.       §13. Secondly, As to the Truth and Falshood of our Ideas, in reference
to the real Existence of Things, when that is made the Standard of
their Truth, none of them can be termed false, but only our com-
plex Ideas of Substances.
Locke Hum II, 32, §13, p. 388