An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Volume 1

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Hayes Barton Press, 1894
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Locke said that people's ideas are "invisible" because we can directly realize only our own ideas. Referent or express ideas by sending voice, we will be able to share our thoughts with others.Locke's world is mind of philosophy's world…… Read full review

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I hate to give a work like this one star, especially when I recognize there are flashes of brilliance herein: nonetheless, a rudimentary understanding of modern cognitive science and physics blows ... Read full review

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