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Substance The idea of a something that is capable of having a continuous existence by itself. For example, both mind and matter were regarded as substances by both Descrates and John Locke. succession State of following one another in point of time. time A measure of duration. truth That which agrees with the facts. ESSAY TOPICS AND REVIEW QUESTIONS 1. Give a brief account of the life of John Locke, mentioning in particular those events that were most influential in shaping the development of his philosophy.
New York: Modern Library, 1939. Contains lengthy extracts from the writings of nine prominent English philosophers. The extracts from Locke's Essay include the major aspects of his work, and they have the particular advantage of being presented from the perspective of English philosophy over a long period of time. , ed. Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding. Chicago: Open Court, 1962. A one-volume edition containing the complete text of Books II and IV. In addition to the text materials, the book contains a critical examination of the major ideas presented in the Essay.
Internal sense Sensations which reveal only that which is within the mind itself. immensity The idea of vastness, or that which goes beyond the limits of our imagination, such as infinite space. Kant, Immanuel One of the most influential German philosophers of modern times (1724-1804). His analysis of the knowing process has had an important bearing on nearly all of the subsequent treatments of the subject. He was the author of Critique of Pure Reason (1781); Critique of Practical Reason (1788); and Critique of Judgment (1790).
Cliffs Notes on Locke's Concerning Human Understanding by Charles H. Patterson