John Locke quotes

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New opinions are always suspected, and usually opposed, without any other reason but because they are not already common.
For men..., however apparently contradictory to common sense, and the very principles of all their knowledge; have let loose their ...
He that will consider the infinite power, wisdom, and goodness of the Creator of all things, will find reason to think it was not ...
When we consider the vast distance of the known and visible parts of the world, and the reasons we have to think, that what lies w ...
Knowledge being to be had only of visible and certain truth, error is not a fault of our knowledge, but a mistake of our judgment, ...
I think nobody can, in earnest, be so sceptical as to be uncertain of the existence of those things which he sees or feels. At lea ...
It is one thing to show a man that he is in an error, and another to put him in possession of the truth.
Every drowsy nod shakes their doctrine, who teach, that the soul is always thinking.
To place liberty in an indifferency, antecedent to the thought and judgment of the understanding, seems to me to place liberty in ...
If after all this any one will be so sceptical, as to distrust his Senses, and to affirm, that all we see and hear, feel and taste ...
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