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Existence and Unity.       §7. Existence and Unity, are two other Ideas, that are suggested
to the Understanding, by every Object without, and every Idea
within. When Ideas are in our Minds, we consider them as being
actually there, as well as we consider things to be actually without
us; which is, that they exist, or have Existence: And whatever we
can consider as one thing, whether a real Being, or Idea, suggests to
the Understanding, the Idea of Unity.
Locke Hum II, 7, §7, p. 131