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OF REAL AND FANTASTICAL IDEAS.
2. Simple ideas all adequate.
3. Modes are all adequate.
4, 5. Modes, in reference to settled names, may be inadequate.
6, 7. Ideas of substances, as referred to real essences, not
8-11. Ideas of substances, as collections of their qualities, are all
12. Simple ideas &XTUTA, and adequate.
13. Ideas of substances are &XTUTA, and inadequate.
14. Ideas of modes and relations are archetypes, and cannot
but be adequate.
OF TRUE AND FALSE IDEAS.
1. Truth and falsehood properly belongs to propositions.
2. Metaphysical truth contains a tacit proposition.
5. From a wrong connexion of ideas.
6. This connexion how made.
9. A great cause of errors.
OF WORDS OR LANGUAGE IN GENERAL.
OF GENERAL TERMS.
1. The greatest part of words general.
2. For every particular thing to have a name, is impossible.
5. What things have proper names.
18. Real and nominal essence the same in simple ideas and
modes, different in substances.
9. This shows species to be made for communication.
10, 11. In mixed modes, it is the name that ties the combination
together, and makes it a species.
the mind, which also shows them to be the workmanship
of the understanding.
shows the reason why they are so compounded.