— 543 —
First, Our Knowledge of Identity and Diversity as far as our Ideas.
      §8. First, As to Identity and Diversity, in this way of the Agree-
ment, or Disagreement of our Ideas, our intuitive Knowledge is as far
— 544 —
extended as our Ideas themselves: and there can be no Idea in the
Mind, which it does not presently, by an intuitive Knowledge,
perceive to be what it is, and to be different from any other.
Locke Hum IV, 3, §8, pp. 543-544