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Not wholly from Self-love.       §2. This proceeds not wholly from Self-love, though that has
often a great hand in it. Men of fair Minds, and not given up to the
over weening of Self-flattery, are frequently guilty of it; and in
many Cases one with amazement hears the Arguings, and is
astonish’d at the Obstinacy of a worthy Man, who yields not to the
Evidence of Reason, though laid before him as clear as Day-light.
Locke Hum II, 33, §2, p. 394