— 137 —
      §14. What I have said concerning Colours and Smells, may be
understood also of Tastes and Sounds, and other the like sensible Qualities;
which, whatever reality we, by mistake, attribute to them, are in
truth nothing in the Objects themselves, but Powers to produce
various Sensations in us, and depend on those primary Qualities, viz.
Bulk, Figure, Texture, and Motion of parts; as I have said.
Locke Hum II, 8, §14, p. 137