• Leave out of the tdea of animal sense and spontaneous motion, and the remaining complex idea, made up of the renuining simple ones of body, life, and nourishment, bccnmes a more geneial one under the more compreheniiive word vivau.
And not to dwell u|ion these particu Ur, so evident in itself, b; the snine way the mind piocccd* to ON ABSTHACT IDEAS So K^, md/tasr/, aod at la«t to triitg, thing, and nich nnivrrsat teimt, which stand for any of onr tdcu whatsoevicr.
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That this is the way that men first formed general idea* and general names to tbem, 1 thialc is so evident that there needs no other proof of it, but the considering of a man'v self or other*, and the ordinary proceedings of their mind in knowledge: and he that thinks general natures or notions are anythiog else but tueh ahtraiu and partial ideoj of mure complex onet taien al Jiril from fiartuvlar cxu Uiau J, yri W 1 fear be at a loss where to find them.
For let any one reflect and then tell me, wherein does his idea of man differ from that of Paul and Peter, or hi K idea of horse from that of Buce|ihalufl, but in ilie leaving out Komrthing that is peculiar to each individual ; and retaining so much of those particular complex ideas of several ];irticularexi«cenciea, as they arc found to agree in i Of the complex ideas signiiied by the names man and tone, leaving out those particulars wliercin they dil Ter, and retaining only those wherein they agree, and of those making a new distinct complex idea and giving the name animal to it* one haa a more general (crni that comprehends with inan Kvcral other crc»ure«.
We encourage the use of public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help. remember that you are responsible for ensuring that what you are doing is legal. The far greatett part of words thai make all lan^uaj^es ore general terms, which haa not been the effect of neglect or chance, but of reaion and necessity.' ■ First, it ti impo4nble that every particular thing ihould have s distinct peculiar name.
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Whcrci D they cnakc nothing new, but only leave out of the complex idea they had of Peter and Jaoica, Mary and Jane, that whicn is peculiar to each, and retain what is coninion to Uiem all.
By the same way that they come by the general name and idea of man, they easily advance to more general name* and nations.