Index for Chapter XXIX - Of Clear and Obscure, Distinct and Confused Ideas
- 1. Ideas, some clear and distinct, others obscure and confused.
- 2. Clear and obscure explained by sight.
- 3. Causes of obscurity.
- 4. Distinct and confused, what.
- 5. Objection.
- 6. Confusion of ideas is in reference to their names.
- 7. Defaults which make this confusion.
- 8. Their simple ones jumbled disorderly together.
- 9. Their simple ones mutable and undetermined.
- 10. Confusion without reference to names, hardly conceivable.
- 11. Confusion concerns always two ideas.
- 12. Causes of confused ideas.
- 13. Complex ideas may be distinct in one part, and confused in
- 14. This, if not heeded, causes confusion in our arguings.
- 15. Instance in eternity.
- 16. Infinite divisibility of matter.
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