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Chapter VI

Of simple Ideas of Reflection.
Are the Operations of the Mind about its other Ideas.       §1. The Mind receiving the Ideas, mentioned in the foregoing
Chapters, from without, when it turns its view inward upon it self,
and observes its own Actions about those Ideas it has, takes from
thence other Ideas, which are as capable to be the Objects of its
Contemplation, as any of those it received from foreign things.
Locke Hum II, 6, §1, p. 127