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But are false, First, When judged agreeable to another Man’s Idea without being so.       §21. First, When the Mind having any Idea, it judges and concludes
it the same, that is in other Men’s Minds, signified by the same name; or
that it is conformable to the ordinary received signification, or
definition of that Word, when indeed it is not: Which is the most
usual mistake in mixed Modes, though other Ideas also are liable
to it.
Locke Hum II, 32, §21, p. 392