Canonum De Ius Cogitatum
Canons of Cognitive Law

one heaven iconII.   Mind (PSY)

2.1 Concepts of Cognition

Article 4 - Being

Canon 690 (link)

Being, also known as Essence, is a term used to define both the physical manifestation of a living higher order organism as well as the existence of a Mind and Self in a present moment of time-space.

Canon 691 (link)

The meaning of Being is derived from the ancient Gaelic root beo meaning “ alive, live, living, animate and moving” and the suffix ing meaningaction of, result of, product of, material of”.

Canon 692 (link)

The meaning of Essence is derived from three (3) Latin words esse meaning “to be”, en meaning “seen, look” and ce meaning “100”, or ancient Latin shorthand for completely (i.e. 100%). Hence the Latin phrase “in esse” means “in being, in actuality, having an actual existence.”

Canon 693 (link)

Human Being, also known as “Human”, is a term deliberately created in the 16th Century to update the naming of perpetual slaves to the Lords of the Land from the 13th Century term “Serf”. Human is derived from two (2) Latin words humi meaning “land, soil, country, on the ground” and anus meaning “rectum, (marriage / pledge) ring, old”. Hence the word Human literally means “married / bound to the land / earth” and Human Being legally means “land creature” also known as chattel – a variation of cattle and simply “land”.

Canon 694 (link)

Within Ucadian societies, Human Being means any member of the Homo Sapien species, also: level 6 self aware life form.

Canon 695 (link)

The phrase "Human Being" is defined by the Roman Cult as meaning the equivalent of a "land creature", "chattel", "lawful slave" and "land", therefore the Roman Cult definition of this phrase is hereby reprobate, suppressed and forbidden usage by Ucadian Officers, Members and Societies.