How is the human mind organized at birth and how does it come to know things according to John Locke?

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Philosophy

 

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Geraldine D

 

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December 4, 2010

 

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As we encounter everything for the first time naked, our mind is also “naked”. Somewhat of a blank paper with all outside influences acting as the pencil. Each smell or taste leaves its indelible mark upon the paper, forever able to be recalled for use. This thought of Locke’s goes along with Newtonian physics...
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All interactions work into the mind with the “mental particles” that surround us. Each type of particles have their own characteristics and are classified by Locke into sets of ideas and qualities. Simple ideas are said to be atoms of thought. They cannot be broken down into anything simpler. They are the most basic elements in describing sensations...
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