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John Locke : mind is a tabula rasa or blank sheet until experience in the form of sensation and reflection provide the basic materials—simple ideas—out of which most of our more complex knowledge is constructed.While the mind may be a blank slate in regard to content, we are born with a variety of faculties to receive and abilities to manipulate or process the content once we acquire it. The first of these kinds of action is to combine them into complex ideas.The second action which the mind performs is the bringing of two ideas, whether simple or complex, by one another so as to take a view of them at once, without uniting them. This gives us our ideas of relations. The third act of the mind is the production of our general ideas by abstraction from particulars, leaving out the particular circumstances of time and place, which would limit the application of an idea to a particular individual.
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Zdroj: https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/locke/
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