Briefly explain how Locke thinks the argument for innate ideas from the “use of reason” doesn’t work. (Locke reading) By using the example of an everyday concrete object, describe the intuitive process through which Aristotle thinks one gets to the “start

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Briefly explain how Locke thinks the argument for innate ideas from the “use of reason” doesn’t work. (Locke reading) By using the example of an everyday concrete object, describe the intuitive process through which Aristotle thinks one gets to the “starting point…of scientific knowledge.” (Aristotle reading)

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