— 392 —
Secondly, When judged to agree to real Existence, when they do not.       §22. Secondly, When it having a complex Idea made up of such a
Collection of simple ones, as Nature never puts together, it judges it
to agree to a Species of Creatures really existing; as when it joins the
weight of Tin, to the colour, fusibility, and fixedness of Gold.
Locke Hum II, 32, §22, p. 392