“How to Make Our Ideas Clear”. Philosophy 1 Spring, 2002 G. J. Mattey. Clear and Distinct Conceptions. Logicians distinguish between conceptions in two ways Clear vs. obscure Distinct vs. confused A clear idea is one that is recognized whenever it is met with
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