— 642 —
This is no certain way to Truth.
      §5. If therefore those that pass for Principles, are not certain,
(which we must have some way to know, that we may be able to
distinguish them from those that are doubtful,) but are only made
so to us by our blind assent, we are liable to be misled by them; and
instead of being guided into Truth, we shall, by Principles, be only
confirmed in Mistake and Errour.
Locke Hum IV, 12, §5, p. 642