Index for Chapter VIII
Some further considerations concerningour Simple Ideas of Sensation
- 1. Positive ideas from privative causes.
- 2. Ideas in the mind distinguished from that in things which gives rise to them.
- 3. We may have the ideas when we are ignorant of their physical causes.
- 4. Why a privative cause in nature may occasion a positive idea.
- 5. Negative names need not be meaningless.
- 6. Whether any ideas are due to causes really privative.
- 7. Ideas in the mind, qualities in bodies.
- 8. Our ideas and the qualities of bodies.
- 9. Primary qualities of bodies.
- 10. Secondary qualities of bodies.
- 11. How bodies produce ideas in us.
- 12. By motions, external, and in our organism.
- 13. How secondary qualities produce their ideas.
- 14. They depend on the primary qualities.
- 15. Ideas of primary qualities are resemblances;
- 16. Examples.
- 17. The ideas of the primary alone really exist.
- 18. The secondary exist in things only as modes of the primary.
- 19. Examples.
- 20. Pound an almond, and the clear white colour will be altered into a dirty one, and the sweet taste into an oily one.
- 21. Explains how water felt as cold by one hand may be warm to the other.
- 22. An excursion into natural philosophy.
- 23. Three sorts of qualities in bodies.
- 24. The first are resemblances;
- 25. Why the secondary are ordinarily taken for real qualities, and not for bare powers.
- 26. Secondary qualities twofold;
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