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Their parts inseparable.       §10. Expansion, and Duration have this farther Agreement, that
though they are both considered by us as having Parts; yet their
Parts are not separable one from another, no not even in Thought:
Though the parts of Bodies, from whence we take our measure of
the one; and the parts of Motion, or rather the succession of Ideas
in our Minds, from whence we take the measure of the other, may
be interrupted and separated; as the one is often by Rest, and the
other is by Sleep, which we call rest too.
Locke Hum II, 15, §10, p. 203