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Book we should hardly hare detected in it any incompleteness". Locke's design, however, as he explains it himself, was " to inquire into the original, certainty, and extent of human knowledge, together with the grounds and degrees of belief, opinion, and assent" (Book L ch. i. section 2); and these are, almost in so many words, the headings of chapters of the Fourth Book. The Essay is more than empirical psychology; it is a theory of knowledge; and the whole would be incomplete without thedoi:10.1093/mind/os-vi.22.289 fatcat:44hklmn575a5xmgt36qgt5xhk4