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If all were definable, ’twould be a process in infinitum.       §5. I will not here trouble my self, to prove that all Terms are
not definable from that Progress, in infinitum, which it will visibly
lead us into, if we should allow, that all Names could be defined.
For if the Terms of one Definition, were still to be defined by
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another, Where at last should we stop? But I shall from the Nature
of our Ideas, and the Signification of our Words shew, why some
Names can, and others cannot be defined, and which they are.
Locke Hum III, 4, §5, pp. 421-422