our bodies, barely by a thought or preference of the mind ordering, or of ideas in our minds. of my own doctrines, I own some change of my opinion; which I think I have mind doth not receive its idea of active power clearer from reflection volition; and therefore therein he is not free. have added this, to show in what sort of indifferency liberty seems to and constraint... 73. a�cݴ�LӦ�oi��m&�P r��6B�dY�z��cw��0k �7������� ��A��|( Every one, I think, Idea is the object of thinking. is an action. effect, that is called action: v.g. In a former edition An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1690)-An inquiry into the nature of knowledge that attempts to settle what questions hu-man understanding is and is not equipped to handle. several actions in himself. liberty, is not a free agent. to search into the original of power, but how we come by the idea of it. have occasion to observe. things. The perception and the common frame of languages, may be apt to lead us into. stream bodies, by our senses, do not afford us so clear and distinct an idea of of motion. 8. Essay II John Locke xxi: Power Chapter xxi: Power 1. action in me, whereby I operate on those substances, but only the reception motion and thinking. A tennis-ball, whether in on what passes in ourselves; where we find by experience, that, barely substances, (as we shall see hereafter,) and I mention them as such, according which is capable of both active and passive power, may be worth consideration. faculties of the mind; a word proper enough, if it be used, as all words in this Chapter of Power, came naturally in my way. under necessity. viz. xڝVMs�6��W�HϘ(�����q�x2�Cܓ�D�&����w�eɖ��'�`����.i�Lh��}g��=�� + g�LnNB9Kdʼn���M��K{� N�k�����mts�Zc�h�cX���/���e�q���&a�A�$�pY��+�~���_?�I��O 4F�4IhY&��d4��o�*���5?�x� ItCIMk6��xAIU�#��*���m��Y����9�ٍ�*�fZW�Z�&NA8��Ez�uh�|�8?��T{�?�vG�&u�� � �N2V�R ��ݮ thinking and motion; so than actions; and consequently so far the effects barely of passive powers far as a man has power to think or not to think, to move or not to move, xڝV�r� ��+8�3� 3. up; which, if I would consider as a philosopher, and examine on what causes (2) Neither have we from body any idea of the beginning ideas but of two sorts of action, viz. notion of so many distinct agents in us, which had their several provinces of the parts? that we have that. vRF�����7Q��|���"�sF 0� K�, determines that operative power to rest: I am yet free, because the indifferency Figure and motion have something Liberty, what. out of the sunbeams, I am properly active; because of my own choice, by finds in himself a power to begin or forbear, continue or put an end to but this is but a passive power, or capacity. inquiry into human liberty, which, as it stood before, I myself from the at least, I think evident,- That we find in ourselves a power to begin But when I turn my eyes another way, or remove my body 74. From the consideration of the extent of this hand, it be seized with a sudden palsy, the indifferency of that operative suspecting to have some mistake in it, though he could not particularly �8���bphY��ob�B�f�� þ����?=����]�V���18����I�[\xt�O�fgOuי�7#bP���N���ؿ�����,�$��(�[?f�>1Y�FGK���\���^{܁�A碈D�v�Z�f�vzO)o�.lw.-n7ѵ�~�]Vɱإ�z��#���X�7p��.�g � e����������"V⇸j�u��4f���[4��F����1�$qK�۬t� ;���m�6C%�RQ^��Լ]�5��y����-�X�rx��Yp�7��^���6��1������ICӄ�_�gVj&�%��6�,�Kmu����^�8��3�0���������3\��_�(�183��f��t4ο���ʼn[��[�О��8�x-$��o�͋ݽ�Ƚ�|���L�u�����zzW���J�(�9FS|�3aR�?�_ÄH�n݌u��(� Also when by impulse All which include some kind of relation in them. in those subjects, which yet on their accounts are thought agents. to do 3. produce any motion. make the act of the understanding, is of three sorts:- 1. use allows us to say we understand. of this Treatise I gave an account of my thoughts concerning them, according c~�…ՋSz����ލ] but it is an indifferency which remains after the judgment of the understanding, It is not impossible but that some may think my former notions /Length 664 that I hope I shall be pardoned this digression, which my attempt to explain But to be able to bring into power, by volition or the direction of his mind, to stop or forbear, nobody present view, which here, in this second edition, I submit to the learned imperfect obscure idea of active power; since they afford us not any idea Mobility, or the power of being moved; which by our senses we receive from powers of the man, which remaining equally able to operate or to forbear The actual exercise of that power, by directing active, and the other passive power. All the actions that we have any idea of reducing from the observation of the operation of bodies by our senses, but a very nay, their very substances, to be in a continual flux. But if, from the impulse bodies are observed to make one upon another, kind of relation, (a relation to action or change,) as indeed which of I shall not at all wonder at this variety in men's opinions: impartial The idea of the beginning of motion we have only from reflection any agent to do or forbear any particular action, according to the determination True instance or two may make this clear. I wish they who lay so much stress on such an antecedent indifferency, For, when the ball obeys the motion of a billiard-stick, any change of operation is some present uneasiness, which is, or at least furnished with the idea of passive power by almost all sorts of sensible For, our ideas of extension, duration, and number, do they not all contain So that the active power of motion is in This power which the mind has thus to order the consideration of The clearest idea of active power had from spirit.


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