Chap. 9. pag. 170.
The Acts of the Will considered. Its choice of things distastful to Sense, and sometimes destructive to the Body, argue it to be a spiritual principle. The difference between Man and Brutes amplified. The spiritual operations of the Soul may be performed by it self in a separate state. This is a strong proof God will continue it. The Platonick Argument that Man unites the two Page [unnumbered] orders of Natures, intelligent and sen∣sible, immortal and perishing.