What is an “abstract idea,” according to Locke?
(a) The idea of an immaterial object.
(b) An idea separated from all particular circumstances and made to serve as a representative of all its kind.
(c) A rational idea which can only be formed by philosophers, not by non-philosophers (“idiots”).
(d) The idea of an object inaccessible to the senses, such as the idea of substance or the idea of God.
(e) None of the above.
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