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Locke's Empiricism

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Philosophy 1020
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John Thorp

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Lockes EmpiricismOctober1412 10 Lockes Empiricism 0 Some biography 1 Empiricism there is nothing in the mind that did not get there through the senses 2 The meaning of idea 3 Are there innate ideas Locke wants to defend the view that there are not a an opposing argument certain speculative principles Lockes answer b the positive theoryi sensible qualitiesinternal sense reflection ii simple and complex simple ideas are indestructible and they cannot be created iii two kinds of qualities in Lockes language a quality is in the world and that quality is represented in our minds by an idea primary qualities bulk number shape movement are such that the ideas which they cause resemble them secondary qu
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