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Locke states that qualities like color, taste, and smell are primary qualities of an object,and are not processed by the mind. true or false

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alizeh707
School: UC Berkeley

False, 
Secondary qualities are thought to be properties that produce sensations in observers, such as colortastesmell, and sound. They can be described as the effect things have on certain people. Knowledge that comes from secondary qualities does not provide objective facts about things.

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