Chapter 1 of sense: thoughts are either singly or train (dependant on other) o o. Object is an body which exists without us: we all have different perceptions of objects because we all perceive through senses o o. Reality is limited to what we can sense. Reality is nothing more than appearances: all conceptions of man are derived from his senses. There rest are from that original: cause of senses o o o. External body or object in nature presses organ. Harsh interaction with nature: sensible qualities lay in object that causes them o o. Object itself is seperate from the appearance we create of it. Sense caused by motion of external thing: motion causes motion. For example, when we see a red apple there is an inherent redness to the. Thus, there is some objective essence or meaning to objects that we. Aristotle"s essentialism: objects in the external world have a certain.