"But what they demand is, any ideas of them as different from all the ideas and conceptions of things sensible and human, as these are from things imperceptible and divine: and accordingly they tell you that when they look inward for such ideas to annex to the terms, their mind is an empty void; and therefore they look no farther than the strictly proper and formal and literal acceptation of those words."
— Browne, Peter (d. 1735)
See Peter Browne, Things Divine and Supernatural Conceived by Analogy with Things Natural and Human (London: Printed for William Innys and Richard Manby, 1733). <Link to ESTC>
Text from Berkeley, George. Alciphron, or The Minute Philosopher: In Focus. ed. David Berman (London and New York: Routledge, 1993).