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3. Communication by words,
25. Thirdly, therewith to con-
Of knowledge in general. SECT.
1. Our knowledge converfant about our ideas.
2. Knowledge is the perception of the agreement, or difagreement, of two ideas.
3. This agreement fourfold.
5. Secondly, relation.
9. Habitual knowledge, two
4. Fourthly, not demonftra-
6. Sixthly, our knowledge,
7. How far our knowledge
8. First, our knowledge of
10. Because the connexion be-
11. Efpecially of fecondary qualities.
12-14. And farther, becaufe all connexion between any fecondary and primary qualities is undiscovera
15. Of repugnancy to co-exist,
16. Of the co-existence of
powers, a very little way. 17. Of fpirits yet narrower. 18. Thirdly, cfother relations, it is not eafy to fay how far. Morality capable of demonftration.
19. Two things have made moral ideas thought in-. capable of demonftration. Their complexedness and want of fenfible reprefentations.
20. Remedies of thofe difficulties.
21. Fourthly, of real exift
ence; we have an intuitive knowledge of our own, demonftrative of God's, fenfitive of fome few other things, 22. Our ignorance great. 23. Firft, one caufe of it, want
of ideas, either fuch as we have no conception of, or