The non-personal part of nature is ordained for subjugation by man.
(e) Are the non-personal authorities cited (books, etc.) reliable and unprejudiced?
They may, for all that we can prove to the contrary, be of a non-conscious and non-personal nature.
In Christianity, indeed, it was the latter that prepared the way for the idea of the non-personal character of God.
It remains to extend the principle of love to the non-personal sphere with which man is in contact.
This further illustrates the Celtic theory of non-personal immortality.
late 14c., "pertaining to the self," from Old French personal (12c., Modern French personnel), from Late Latin personalis "pertaining to a person," from Latin persona (see person). Meaning "aimed at some particular person" (usually in a hostile manner) first attested 1610s. The noun sense of "newspaper item about private matters" is attested from 1888. As "a classified ad addressed to an individual," it is recorded from 1861. Personal computer is from 1976.