Personalism is inclusive in so many schools of thought, I don't know which version you subscribe too. The Platonic version maybe?
The definition of that term is, at times, so nebulous. And when we get to specifics, it seems like everyone is doing their own thing with it. There does not seem to be any set standards when it comes to defining Personalism other than its meaning in a very general sense.
Here's a statement you made in old post here:
"More to the point, the BPWH favors personalism. Persons are the only arbiters of reality. God, such as she may exist, is a person, first and foremost."
My comment: We are made in the image of God. Because we are persons, so is God.
Here's an another statement you made on it:
"As an immaterialist, I'm supposing that there are no physical objects, in the first place, and that all impersonal existence is the product of persons. I am, hereby, only asserting the corollary of personalism, which is holism/monism..... where, as opposed to materialism, existence is conferred only from the top, down..... not bottom, up."
My comment: Ok, this gives us more clarification on your definition of that term. As for myself, it makes sense to me.
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