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Yorick classifies the workings of the Methodist church (that the greatest way to show connection to God is through charity and good works) as a mistake in lacking the self reflection on particular actions needed to be a good person.

Locke describes how all ideas and rational thinking stem from two functions of the brain, those being, sensation and reflection.

Fantomina writes letters to Beauplaisir as multiple characters, and receives responses from each of them. The annotations explore the complexity of their relationship and what her initial response means.

People gathering around a confessional. Etching.jpg
Part of De biecht / Het heilig oliesel. People visiting the priest to confess their sins and receive forgiveness

Chapter IX of the second book in John Locke's "An Essay Concerning Human Understanding" which delves into what makes up perception and how perception affects the body's response to events.
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