Anne Viscountess Conway

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And so every spirit hath its body, and every body its spirit; and as the body, sc. of a man or beast, is nothing else but an innumerable multitude of bodies, compacted together into one, and disposed into a certain order; so likewise the spirit of a man, or beast, is a certain innumerable multitude of spirits united together in the said body, which have their order and government...
— Anne Viscountess Conway
The Principles of the Most Ancient and Modern Philosophy