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Idea of Space.       §2. I shall begin with the simple Idea of Space. I have shewed above,
c.4. that we get the Idea of Space, both by our Sight, and Touch;
which, I think, is so evident, that it would be as needless, to go to
prove, that Men perceive, by their Sight, a distance between Bodies
of different Colours, or between the parts of the same Body; as that
they see Colours themselves: Nor is it less obvious, that they can
do so in the Dark by Feeling and Touch.
Locke Hum II, 13, §2, p. 167