General Assent the great Argument.
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      §2 There is nothing more commonly taken for granted, than
that there are certain Principles both Speculative and Practical (for
they speak of both) universally agreed upon by all Mankind: which
therefore they argue, must needs be the constant Impressions, which
the Souls of Men receive in their first Beings, and which they bring
into the World with them, as necessarily and really as they do any
of their inherent Faculties.
Locke Hum 47-49