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      §15. All that is in a Man’s Power in this Case, I think, is only to
mind and observe what the Ideas are, that take their turns in his Un-
derstanding; or else, to direct the sort, and call in such as he hath a
desire or use of: but hinder the constant Succession of fresh ones, I
think he cannot, though he may commonly chuse, whether he will
heedfully observe and consider them.
Locke Hum II, 14, §15, p. 186