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Two sorts of Beings, Cogitative and Incogitative.
      §9. There are but two sorts of Beings in the World, that Man
knows or conceives.
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      First, Such as are purely material, without Sense, Perception,
or Thought, as the clippings of our Beards, and paring of our
Nails.
      Secondly, Sensible, thinking, perceiving Beings, such as we find
our selves to be, which if you please, we will hereafter call cogitative
and incogitative Beings; which to our present purpose, if for nothing
else, are, perhaps, better Terms, than material and immaterial.
Locke Hum IV, 10, §9, pp. 622-623