Index for Chapter I

Of Knowledge in General

1. Our knowledge conversant about our ideas only.
2. Knowledge is the perception of the agreement or disagreement of two ideas.
3. This agreement or disagreement may be any of four sorts.
4. Of identity, or diversity in ideas.
5. Of abstract relations between ideas.
6. Of their necessary co-existence in substances.
7. Of real existence agreeing to any idea.
8. Knowledge is either actual or habitual.
9. Habitual knowledge is of two degrees.

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