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Person, 1 Definition(s)

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An I imputed in dependence upon any of the five aggregates. Person, being, self, and I are synonyms. See Understanding the Mind.
Added: 23.Nov.2008 | Source: Kadampa: Glossary of Buddhist Terms
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