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glimmering of any

two.

which are all those different perceptions they produce in us: And

the

These, when we have taken a full survey of them, and their

several Modes, Combinations, and Relations, we shall find to

contain all our whole stock of

our Minds, which did not come in, one of these two ways. Let any

one examine his own Thoughts, and throughly search into his

Understanding, and then let him tell me, Whether all the original

of the Operations of his Mind, considered as Objects of his

lodged there, he will, upon taking a strict view, see, that he has

perhaps, with infinite variety compounded and enlarged by the

Understanding, as we shall see hereafter.

Locke * Hum* II, 1, §5, p. 106