An Essay Concerning Human Understanding Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


What are people who do not believe in free will called? (from Book II, Chapters 16-33)


What makes philosophers think that people do not have free will? (from Book II, Chapters 16-33)


What defines demonstrative knowledge, in Locke's account? (from Book IV)


What does Locke say we use when we define a word? (from Book III)


Where does Locke say our ideas of morality come from? (from Book II, Chapters 16-33)

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