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21. Locke.


Locke‘s simile of the sheet of white paper is to be found in Hooker, “the soul of man being at first as a book wherein nothing is, and yet all things may be imprinted;” and Hooker, perhaps, remembered Aristotle, who compares it to a tablet without a picture.