Mill's Empiricism

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As there are inevitably parts of the world that we have not experienced, our minds may possess beliefs and knowledge of things of which we are not conscious. In addition, there are parts of things too small or too far to observe solely through ordinary sense, as well as things that we seem to be unable to see, but which we could see if we performed certain actions on the object itself...
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Such knowledge or belief is not obtained through direct experience, but rather through deduction from direct experience. Regardless, as our knowledge of such things and our beliefs about them cannot be thought of except as similar to, or resembling, things or attributes of which we are conscious of through sense experience or inner awareness, they remain relative to us...
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