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person

Legally, any natural or artificial person, which would include corporations, partnerships, associations, and limited liability companies. If it is important to distinguish among the “persons” who may do something or who are prohibited from doing something, relevant contracts, leases, or statutes will usually define the term.

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Radin constructed personhood theory on the basis of moral philosophy, including Hegel's Philosophy of Right.
She discussed at length how personhood theory informs the legal treatment of homes under the First and Fourth Amendments, tenant safeguards in landlord-tenant law, and enhanced protection of residential homes from eminent domain.
Infusing African Personhood theory into praxis will help to effectuate the serviceability and appurtenant of persons enthralled with social services.
Therefore personhood theory is the study of the journey (development) of the known, knowing and knowable human spirit.