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1. concept from theology

1.1. the OTHER reflects the ultimate person, Son of god

2. existence in relationship

2.1. God exists as Father

2.1.1. gives birth to son

2.1.2. proceeds holy spirit

2.2. God as Trinity

2.3. does not exist like a power , like gravity, like a balance of things

2.3.1. impersonal essence

2.4. god is THE I AM

2.4.1. the ontological priority of person over essence

2.4.1.1. freedom of god

2.4.1.2. we are not the same, to us human essence is given to us.

2.5. New node

3. western view

3.1. the following are different with trinity

3.2. person is

3.2.1. center of consciousness

3.2.1.1. moral agent

3.2.1.2. subjectivity

3.2.1.3. psychology

3.2.2. self

3.2.2.1. body

3.2.2.2. soul

3.2.3. individual

3.2.3.1. citizen

3.2.3.1.1. human rights

3.3. god is only essence

3.3.1. we cannot know HOW HE IS IN HIMSELF

4. modern view

4.1. relation

4.1.1. person exists in relation

4.1.2. person as participation

4.1.3. as interaction

5. freedom

5.1. ontological

5.1.1. movement for unity

5.1.2. equals love

5.1.3. movement to trancend

5.1.4. above necessity

5.1.4.1. free self affirmation

5.1.4.1.1. son calls father

5.2. not that I (ego) have choices a, b , c

6. human way

6.1. ecclesiastical existence

6.1.1. body of Jesus christ

6.1.2. eucharist

6.1.2.1. new life based on Jesus , not on food

6.1.2.2. on a person, not nessesity

6.1.2.3. baprism

6.1.2.4. chrismation

6.1.3. members of each other

6.1.3.1. love the enemy

6.1.4. from the future

6.1.4.1. the members of church practically not yet full person

6.1.4.1.1. not perfect yet

6.1.4.1.2. practical difficulties

6.1.4.1.3. eternal life from now

6.1.4.2. the church comes from the future

6.1.5. new person

6.1.5.1. constituted in christ

6.1.5.2. inclusive

6.1.5.3. catholic

6.1.5.4. eucharistic

6.1.5.5. eschatological

6.1.5.6. eternal

6.1.5.7. communal

6.2. biological existence

6.2.1. eros

6.2.1.1. ecstatic love

6.2.1.2. contradicting love

6.2.2. neccesity

6.2.3. individualism

6.2.3.1. death