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MLA

Emes, Thomas. Vindici? Mentis: An Essay of the Being and Nature of Mind : Wherein the Distinction of Mind and Body, The Substantiality, Personality, and Perfection of Mind Is Asserted; and the Original of Our Minds, Their Present, Separate, and Future State, Is Freely Enquir'd Into, In Order to a More Certain Foundation for the Knowledge of God, and Our Selves, and the Clearing All Doubts and Objections That Have Been, Or May Be Made Concerning The Life and Immortality Of Our Souls. In a New Method, by a Gentleman. London: printed for H. Walwyn, at the Three Legs in the Poultrey, the corner of Old Jury, 1702.

APA

Emes, T. (1702). Vindici? mentis: An essay of the being and nature of mind : Wherein the Distinction of Mind and Body, The Substantiality, Personality, and Perfection of Mind is Asserted; and the Original of our Minds, their Present, Separate, and Future State, is freely enquir'd into, in order to a more certain Foundation for the Knowledge of God, and our Selves, and the clearing all Doubts and Objections that have been, or may be made concerning The Life and Immortality Of Our Souls. In a new method, by a gentleman. London: printed for H. Walwyn, at the Three Legs in the Poultrey, the corner of Old Jury.

Chicago

Emes, Thomas, Vindici? Mentis: An Essay of the Being and Nature of Mind : Wherein the Distinction of Mind and Body, The Substantiality, Personality, and Perfection of Mind Is Asserted; and the Original of Our Minds, Their Present, Separate, and Future State, Is Freely Enquir'd Into, In Order to a More Certain Foundation for the Knowledge of God, and Our Selves, and the Clearing All Doubts and Objections That Have Been, Or May Be Made Concerning The Life and Immortality Of Our Souls. In a New Method, by a Gentleman. London: printed for H. Walwyn, at the Three Legs in the Poultrey, the corner of Old Jury, 1702.