René Descartes about soul (“Meditations on First Philosophy”, 1641) - I am not a collection of members which we call the human body: I am not a subtle air distributed through these members, I am not a wind, a fire, a vapour, a breath, nor anything at all which I can imagine or conceive; because I have assumed that all these were nothing.
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I am not a collection of members which we call the human body: I am not a subtle air distributed through these members, I am not a wind, a fire, a vapour, a breath, nor anything at all which I can imagine or conceive; because I have assumed that all these were nothing.
 René DescartesMeditations on First Philosophy (1641). copy citation

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Translated by Elizabeth S. Haldane
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