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      §6. Though what I have here said, may not, perhaps, make the
Ideas of Pleasure and Pain clearer to us, than our own Experience does,
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which is the only way that we are capable of having them; yet the
consideration of the Reason, why they are annexed to so many
other Ideas, serving to give us due sentiments of the Wisdom and
Goodness of the Soveraign Disposer of all Things, may not be
unsuitable to the main end of these enquiries: The knowledge and
veneration of Him, being the chief end of all our Thoughts, and the
proper business of all Understandings.
Locke Hum II, 7, §6, pp. 130-131