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The self of logic and reason; the unity or integrity of the consciousness of time. In the second sense is the notion of the person related to the concept of the ether.

The person is filognostically also known as the integrity of the trinity of the soul, the spirit and the ego. The soul is the (in holiness) shared selfawareness, the spirit offers the freedom of choice and he ego is one's identifivation with one's self-interest, the I-awareness.

The personal constitutes one of the three basic vision in filognosy. The other two are one's thinking in favor of the factual and one's thinking in favor of the principles. Filognostically the duality of the person consists of the opposition between the church and the state, between the personal religious experience of life at the one hand and the politics of one's free expression at the other hand. These represent the duality of the vision one has on the personal which one develops with the opulences of time: the riches and the fame as the knowledge means to arrive at self-realization.

The logic for the sake of, in the direction of, or towards the person we call substantive.
The logic of thinking from the person out to the world or towards the essence is called liberated logic.

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