— 394 —
Nor from Education.       §3. This sort of Unreasonableness is usually imputed to Edu-
cation and Prejudice, and for the most part truly enough, though
— 395 —
that reaches not the bottom of the Disease, nor shews distinctly
enough whence it rises, or wherein it lies. Education is often rightly
assigned for the Cause, and Prejudice is a good general Name for the
thing it self: But yet, I think, he ought to look a little farther who
would trace this sort of Madness to the root it springs from, and
so explain it, as to shew whence this flaw has its Original in very
sober and rational Minds, and wherein it consists.
Locke Hum II, 33, §3, pp. 394-395