"Aristotle indeed affirms the Mind to be at first a meer Rasa tabula; and that these Notions are not ingenite, and imprinted by the finger of Nature, but by the latter and more languid impressions of sense; being onely the Reports of observation, and the Result of so many repeated Experiments."
— South, Robert (1634-1716)
But to this I answer two things. [...] (pp. 10-11)
Found again in Twelve Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions by Robert South (London: Printed by J.H. for Thomas Bennett, 1692), pp. 62-3. And searching ECCO in vol. I of Thirty six sermons and discourses, on several subjects and occasions. By Robert South.), 5th ed. (Dublin, 1720).