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      §16. First, That these Five Propositions are either not all, or
more than all, those common Notions writ on our Minds by the
finger of God, if it were reasonable to believe any at all to be so
written. Since there are other Propositions, which even by his own
Rules, have as just a pretence to such an Original, and may be as
well admitted for innate Principles, as, at least, some of these Five
he enumerates, viz. Do as thou wouldst be done unto: And, perhaps,
some hundreds of others, when well considered.
Locke Hum I, 3, §16, p. 77