"He says indeed, That the Soul is the seat of Personality, the only Principle of Reason, Sensation, and a Conscious life, which consequently in a State of Separation is the Person, and when united to the Body constitutes the Person, and therefore may both be the Person, and constitute the Person."
— Sherlock, William (1639/40-1707)
William Sherlock, A Defence of Dr. Sherlock's Notion of a Trinity in Unity, in Answer to the Animadversions Upon His Vindication of the Doctrine of the Holy and Ever Blessed Trinity. With a Post-Script Relating to the Calm Discourse of a Trinity in the Godhead. In a Letter to a Friend. (London: Printed for W. Rogers, at the Sun, over-against St. Dunstan’s Church in Fleet-street, 1694).