Index for Chapter III - Other considerations concerning Innate Principles,
both Speculative and Practical
- 1. Principles not innate, unless their ideas be innate.
- 2. Ideas, especially those belonging to principles, not born with
- 3. "Impossibility" and "identity" not innate ideas.
- 4. "Identity," an idea not innate.
- 5. What makes the same man?
- 6. Whole and part, not innate ideas.
- 7. Idea of worship not innate.
- 8. Idea of God not innate.
- 9. The name of God not universal or obscure in meaning.
- 10. Ideas of God and idea of fire.
- 11. Idea of God not innate.
- 12. Suitable to God's goodness, that all men should have an idea
of Him, therefore naturally imprinted by Him, answered.
- 13. Ideas of God various in different men.
- 14. Contrary and inconsistent ideas of God under the same name.
- 15. Gross ideas of God.
- 16. Idea of God not innate although wise men of all nations come
to have it.
- 17. Odd, low, and pitiful ideas of God common among men.
- 18. If the idea of God be not innate, no other can be supposed
- 19. Idea of substance not innate.
- 20. No propositions can be innate, since no ideas are innate.
- 21. No innate ideas in the memory.
- 22. Principles not innate, because of little use or little
- 23. Difference of men's discoveries depends upon the different
application of their faculties.
- 24. Men must think and know for themselves.
- 25. Whence the opinion of innate principles.
- 26. Conclusion.
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