Παρασκευή, 23 Ιουλίου 2010

Macheras Xiromero Greece [ Persons People ] Μαχαιρα Ξηρομερο [ Ανθρωποι Προσωπα ]

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Macheras Xiromero Greece [Persons People ]
Μαχαιρα Ξηρομερο [ Ανθρωποι Προσωπα ]
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PERSONS
A person (pronounced /ˈpɜːrsən/, from the Latin persona "mask"[1] ) is any individual human being.[2][3][4] The term people is the plural of "person" (along with the slightly rarer word "persons"); however, "people" may also be used as a singular to refer to an entire nation or ethnic group.

The term personhood refers to the state or condition of being an individual person and conceptualizes the essential meaning and constituent properties of "person" — i.e. what does it mean to be "a person." Boethius gives the definition of "person" as "Naturæ rationalis individua substantia" ("an individual substance of a rational nature").[1]

In philosophy, "person" may apply to any human or non-human actor who is regarded as self-conscious and capable of certain kinds of higher-level thought; for example, individuals who have the power to reflect upon and choose their actions.[5] This could also extend to late fetuses and neonates, dependent on what level of thought is required.

In the fields of law, philosophy, medicine, and others, the term has specialised context-specific meanings. In many jurisdictions, for example, a corporation is considered a legal person with standing to sue or be sued in court. In sociology, "person" is an abstract concept, to study individuals as they exist as functioning or non-functioning components within a society. In a legal context, a "person" is designated either a "citizen" or "non-citizen" and as such the individual person has certain designated rights and responsibilities under the law.

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PEOPLE
The English noun people (singular "person") refers to a plurality of human beings. It has two usages:

as the plural of person (in addition to the rarer plural, "persons") or a group of people (grammatically, a suppletive plural and collective noun; e.g. "some people are..."), or otherwise for groups with particular unifying traits, qualities, properties, or characteristics (e.g. the people of Spain, or the people of the Plains).
as a singular for an indefinite ethnic group or nation (e.g. "a people is...")
Because the word people often refers to abstract and general types of groups, the word persons is sometimes used in place of people, especially when it would be ambiguous with its collective sense (e.g. missing persons instead of people). It can collectively refer to all humans or it can be used to identify a certain ethnic or religious group. For example, "people of color" is a phrase used in North America to describe non-whites.[1]
[Persons-People:from Wikipedia,the free Encyclopedia ]
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