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      §11. The same happens also in Space, wherein conceiving our
selves to be as it were in the Centre, we do on all sides pursue those
indeterminable Lines of Number; and reckoning any way from our
selves, a Yard, Mile, Diameter of the Earth, or Orbis magnus, by the
infinity of Number, we add others to them, as often as we will; and
having no more Reason to set Bounds to those repeated Ideas, than
we have to set Bounds to Number, we have that indeterminable
Idea of Immensity.
Locke Hum II, 17, §11, p. 216