John Locke quote about dream from An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1689) - But in this retirement of the mind from the senses, it often retains a yet more loose and incoherent manner of thinking, which we call dreaming.
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John Locke quotes · An Essay Concerning Human Understanding quotes · Dream quotes · Senses quotes · Thinking quotes

But in this retirement of the mind from the senses, it often retains a yet more loose and incoherent manner of thinking, which we call dreaming.

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John Locke quote about dream from An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1689) - But in this retirement of the mind from the senses, it often retains a yet more loose and incoherent manner of thinking, which we call dreaming.
John Locke quote about dream from An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1689) - But in this retirement of the mind from the senses, it often retains a yet more loose and incoherent manner of thinking, which we call dreaming.
John Locke quote about dream from An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1689) - But in this retirement of the mind from the senses, it often retains a yet more loose and incoherent manner of thinking, which we call dreaming.
John Locke quote about dream from An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1689) - But in this retirement of the mind from the senses, it often retains a yet more loose and incoherent manner of thinking, which we call dreaming.