Person signifies an individual subject, which is first intellectual, secondly free, i. e.: master of his own acts, one whose acts are self-initiated. To each human person, for example, belong and are attributed, his soul, his body, his existence, his faculties, his operations, the parts of his body.
a person's body (usually including their clothing); "a weapon was hidden on his person"
a being with an intellect and will
a being with the faculties of emotions, intellect, and will
a body with a soul
a composite of matter "informed" by the soul, which is immortal
a conceptual entity created by Logos (Intellect) which is given an identity (name,place,other characterizing references like 'role' (actor, doctor, musician, teacher, president of
a function of Logos
an educational bigot when he sees a non-Ivy League college degree and generalizes to a non-Ivy League intellect
a role taken on by a soul
a "self" in that he or she is a true subject of moral action and karmic accumulation, but not in the sense that he or she has an enduring or unchanging soul
a soul - it is only his body that is different
a spirit inhabiting a soul and body
a spiritual being (even if the cells which behave like emotion do exist, the Mind IS the spiritual being/soul)
a whole, deep, mysterious field or soul, not a diagnosis
The center of attribution in a rational nature. Person has a body, soul, spirit, intellect, and free will. Person possesses a nature, not vice- versa. Person poses the question WHO, not WHAT. See 'NATURE'. *TS241-248