An Essay Concerning Human Understanding Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Where does Locke say our idea of number comes from? (from Book II, Chapters 16-33)

2.

What are modes, according to Locke? (from Book II, Chapters 1-15)

3.

What does Locke say desires have in common? (from Book II, Chapters 16-33)

4.

On what basis, in Locke's opinion, do we know that we exist? (from Book IV)

5.

Where does Locke say we see the origin of our idea of number? (from Book II, Chapters 16-33)

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