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      §37. I do not deny, but Nature, in the constant production of
particular Beings, makes them not always new and various, but
very much alike and of kin one to another: But I think it is never-
theless true, that the boundaries of the Species, whereby Men sort them,
are made by Men; since the Essences of the Species, distinguished by
different Names, are, as has been proved, of Man’s making, and
seldom adequate to the internal Nature of the Things they are
taken from. So that we may truly say, such a manner of sorting of
Things, is the Workmanship of Men.
Locke Hum III, 6, §37, p. 462