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Quote for the month. November 2015

There is no Knowledge of Things conveyed by Men's Words, when their Ideas agree not to the Reality of Things. Though it be a Defect, thas has its Original in our Ideas, which are not so comformable to the Nature of Things, as Attention, Study, and Application might make them: Yet it fails not to extend it self to our Words too, when we use them as Signs of real Beings, which yet never had any Reality or Existence.
J. Locke, An Essay concerning Human Understanding, 1689.


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