"If a man's Body be under confinement, or he be impotent in his Limbs, he is then deprived of his bodily Liberty: And for the same Reason, if his Mind be blinded by sottish Errors, and his Reason over-ruled by violent Passions; is not This likewise plainly as great a Slavery and as true a Confinement?"
— Clarke, Samuel (1675-1729)
See Samuel Clarke, Sermons on the Following Subjects. Vol. III. (London: W. Botham, 1730).