Epiphanius Ancoratus 78

Again also, The soul that sins, it shall die (Ez.18.4), clearly shows it (the soul) is not outside the body. It says, there were seventy souls in the ship (Acts 27.37) and not anywhere do we find souls without the body but bodies together with the souls. Once more we are accustomed to call a man a single human name, because their is a master for eighty bodies, not without their souls. Therefore the Word who was made flesh was not without a soul, and not without a concern for all general affairs.  For it did not say the soul was shown to be without a body and neither do we have in mind a soul that exists without a body.  So why were they willing to expect to say that we should cast what is in the mind? How could this help the church? Did it not just confuse things? What do these people have in mind by leaving out such things from our salvation? We are not able to think that our mind is something else, nor or we able to say that our mind has a real existence of its own, but it is put together with the organs of speech and our understanding in each one of those who do not allow it to go astray, such is the thought of human beings. As the eyes are in the body so the mind is in the soul. This is not declared to you as a result of a logical debate, but this is quite frankly the thought of men. What is a human being? It is the soul, body, mind and also whatever else there is. Therefore, what did the Lord come to save? Surely a complete human being! So, then, He took hold of all these things perfectly. Where else could these things have been made complete in Him, which were so fondly spoken of from the mind and also the body and also from the soul and also from the whole Incarnate Man without sin? For it is truly clear that we understand the Divine Word, says: See there! I bring my Beloved whom I have chosen and in whom my soul is well pleased. I will place my Spirit on Him, and so on. Then, in any case, where is our understanding to be completed? Is it to be in the divine nature or do we fall short in our understanding? May that never be! This is completed within the Lord’s humanity. For if this is completed in the centre of the Lord’s humanity, How will we understand the Incarnation except with a proper mind of His own? It simply cannot be done! For if, in a word, will understand, actually refers to in Christ, is the God-Logos from on high, who was made flesh from Mary and Incarnate for us together, according to what has been written, unambiguously, together with and through it He received and was furnished with the mind, since understanding is appropriate for Him. Because of this it is declared in the Gospel, He made His way forward in wisdom and growth and stature. It was not His divinity that was admitting growth and neither did His wisdom In His Being fail Him. It was in the Incarnation where the Saviour was advancing in wisdom, and not without the existence of the mind. He would otherwise not be able to grow in wisdom. He was was making His way forward advancing in age as a maturing child, which is the truth.