Hume: Ideas

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“It is evident that there is a principle of connexion between the different thoughts or ideas of the mind, and that, in their appearance to the memory or imagination, they introduce each other with a certain degree of method and regularity. In our more serious thinking or discourse this is so observable that any particular thought, which breaks in upon the regular tract or chain of ideas, is immediately remarked and rejected.” (p. 30) #Hume #ideas

Hume, David, An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding 21902.