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What is a quot;simple mode,quot; according to Locke?
What is a "simple mode," according to Locke?
(a) A simple idea formed by abstracting from the different possible degrees of a complex idea.
(b) A complex idea formed from the repetition and variation of a single simple idea.
(c) A simple idea of space, time, or number.
(d) The idea of a simple substance.
(e) A simplified idea formed by abstraction from the idea of a complex substance.