John Locke claims that we can acquire knowledge via sense perceptions even though this kind of knowledge is not like that of demonstration. Explain how he argues for the possibility of this kind of knowledge with necessary quotations from the reading and how he avoids the critical worries like the ‘bent straw’ argument. NOTE: This is not a research paper. It is inappropriate to use secondary sources (commentaries, etc.) from the library. It is an explication de texte showing your understanding (in your own words) of what you have read and discussed in class. Plagiarism is punishable by failure of the course and expulsion from the College for a second offense. Plagiarism will result in a failing grade in the course.