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Ideas in themselves neither true nor false.       §20. Any Idea then which we have in our Minds, whether con-
formable, or not, to the existence of Things, or to any Ideas in the
Minds of other Men, cannot properly for this alone be called false.
For these Representations, if they have nothing in them, but what
is really existing in Things without, cannot be thought false, being
exact Representations of something: nor yet if they have any thing
in them, differing from the reality of Things, can they properly be
said to be false Representations, or Ideas of Things, they do not
represent. But the mistake and falshood is,
Locke Hum II, 32, §20, p. 392