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Author(s): Schaede, Stephan | Sparn, Walter | Hofer, Sibylle
1. Philosophie und Theologie 1.1. Begriff und kultureller KontextP. (lat. persona) stammt aus der antiken Bühnensprache, wo es das Gesicht, d. h. die Maske, also die Rollenidentität des Schauspielers bezeichnete; in institutionellen Zusammenhängen wurde das Wort auf den individuellen Inhaber von Rechten und Pflichten sowie auf die polit., seit dem MA auch auf die kirchl. Amts- und Würdenträger übertragen und in der Grammatik auf die drei möglichen Instanzen des Sprechens angewandt, d. h. auf die 1., 2. und 3. P. Dies…
Date: 2019-11-19


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Author(s): Schaede, Stephan | Sparn, Walter | Hofer, Sibylle
1. Philosophy and theology 1.1. Definition and cultural contextThe word person (Latin  persona) originates from ancient theater, where it was used to indicate the mask worn by an actor and hence also the identity of his role; in institutional contexts, the word was transferred to the individual holder of rights and duties, as well as to political and (since the Middle Ages) ecclesiastical officials and dignitaries. In grammar, the word is used for the three possible speakers of a verb, that is, the 1st, 2nd…
Date: 2020-10-06


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Author(s): Winter, Franz | Janowski, Bernd | Frey, Jörg | Schaede, Stephan | Pree, Helmuth | Et al.
[German Version] I. Religious Studies The term substitution, originating in the language of law, is used primarily in Christian theology, but it is well suited for use in religious studies as well, even though so far there has been no detailed systematic treatment of it. In the most general sense, we speak of substitution when the true subject affected or acting (God, an individual like the king, or a collective) is represented by another ¶ entity (a person or group, an animal, or an object) as a substitute involved (actively or passively) in the action, acting for the…