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regarded as the same in substance or essence (as of the three persons of the Trinity)

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The concept has Freudian roots: When one person identifies with another person, or with a particular cause or country, that person becomes consubstantially one with the other person or cause.
This means that translation happens not simply at the same time, but in the same place, consubstantially, with letters.
The citizen/subject lives consubstantially with the general will, just as pre-societal individuals lived consubstantially with nature.
moved to incorporate the text and be incorporated by it', a 'deranged body whose quest for order, narrativity, and history feeds upon itself -- consubstantially -- without ever achieving closure' (pp.
Objects, country, and people, regarded as consubstantially related instantiations of the Dreaming, would appear to collapse the structuralist distinction between 'paradigmatic association' and 'syntagmatic chain', between metaphor and metonym, harmony and melody, into a single phenomenon (in much the same way that myth does).