perseity

perseity

[per-sey-i-tee, -see-]
noun
(in medieval philosophy) the quality of those things having substance independently of any real object.

Origin:
1685–95; < Medieval Latin persēitās, equivalent to Latin per sē per se + -itās -ity

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