Unformatted text preview: Ex. Bigger, containing Descartes vs. Locke (on knowledge) Descartes: Ideas are clear and distinct when grasped directly without sensory content to confuse them Locke: Ideas are clear and distinct when they have been traced back in an orderly way to their foundations in sensation and reflection Types of complex ideas (according to Locke) Modes: ideas of things that are not supposed to "subsist by themselves but are considered dependencies on (of affections of ) substances Substances: Ideas of the things on which the modes depend. Relations: The consideration and comparing one idea with another Hume on Causality: "There are no "things" no substances; only collections of modes Substances are just a way to understand these collections of modes...
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2012 for the course PSYC 101 taught by Professor Loeb during the Fall '08 term at UNC.
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