The mind can only imagine anything, or remember what
is past, while the body endures.Proof.--The mind does not express the actual existence of its
body, nor does it imagine the modifications of the body as
actual, except while the body endures (II. viii. Coroll.); and,
consequently (II. xxvi.), it does not imagine
any body as actually existing, except while its own body endures.
cannot imagine anything (for definition of Imagination, see II.
or remember things past, except while the body endures (see
definition of Memory, II. xviii. note). Q.E.D.