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      §7. Doubtful Expressions, that have scarce any signification, go
for clear Reasons to those, who being prepossessed, take not the
Pains to examine even what they themselves say. For to apply this
Answer with any tolerable Sence to our present Purpose, it must
signify one of these two things; either, That as soon as Men come
to the use of Reason, these supposed native Inscriptions come to be
known, and observed by them: Or else, that the Use and Exercise
of Men’s Reasons assists them in the Discovery of these Principles,
and certainly makes them known to them.
Locke Hum I, 2, §7, p. 51