Transcription of LocHum,92[3]et93[1]
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      §14. Can it be thought, that the Ideas Men have of God, are the
Characters, and Marks of Himself, engraven in their minds by his
own finger, when we see, that in the same Country, under one and
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the same Name, Men have far different, nay, often contrary and in-
consistent Ideas, and conceptions of him? Their agreeing in a Name, or
Sound, will scarce prove an innate Notion of Him.
Locke Hum I, 4, §14, pp. 92-93