Locke believes we have two kinds of ideas. What are they and how does he distinguish between them?

Locke believes we have two kinds of ideas. What are they and how does he distinguish between them?

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  1. The ideas resemble their causes are the ideas of: Primary qualities: texture, number, size, shape, motion.

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