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Unformatted text preview: [3 marks] 3. How does Locke define a “secondary quality”? (Give the basic idea in your own words, not a direct quotation.) A secondary quality is one that is quite unlike how it is perceived. The idea caused by that quality, during perception, does not resemble the quality itself. [3 marks] 4. Summarise one argument by Locke for his view that our senses do not (in general) deceive us. One of the two arguments is based on the premise that perceptual ideas force themselves into our minds – we do not choose them. (I want to see the puck go in the net, but actually see it ring off the post.) Ideas we make up, mere fancies, don’t have this feature. So perceptual ideas clearly have an external cause at least. [3 marks]...
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2010 for the course PHIL 1101 taught by Professor Johns during the Fall '10 term at Langara.
- Fall '10