"We see and feel these limbs, and this flesh of ours; we are acquainted at least with the outside of this animal machine, and sometimes call it ourselves, though philosophy and reason would rather say, it is our house or tabernacle, because we possess it, or dwell in it: it is our engine, because we move and manage it at pleasure. But what is this Self, which dwells in this tabernacle, which possesses this house, which moves and manages this engine and these limbs?"
— Watts, Isaac (1674-1748)
Text from Reliquiae Juveniles: Miscellaneous Thoughts in Prose and Verse, New edition, Corrected (London: J. Buckland and T. Longman, 1789), 119-20. <Link to Google Books> (Compare 155-6 in 1734 edition.)