SUBJECT SUJET .

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subject [68]:
1) a thinking or feeling entity; the conscious mind; the ego, especially as opposed to anything external to the mind ( ; ; , , - ),
2) the central substance or core of a thing as opposed to its attributes ( ).
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subject: !Middle English (in the sense (person) owing obedience): from Old French suget, from Latin subjectus brought under, past participle of subicere, from sub- under + jacere throw. Senses relating to philosophy, logic, and grammar are derived ultimately from Aristotle's use of to hupokeimenon meaning material from which things are made and subject of attributes and predicates ( ( (), ): suget, subjectus, , subicere (), sub- + jacere . , , , hupokeimenon, , ⻻) [68]. subject , , , .
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