gr. psyché ou psykhé (he): respiração de vida, fantasma, princípio vital, alma. Latim: anima. Princípio, de natureza vital ou espiritual; mais habitualmente, das duas ao mesmo tempo; princípio que anima o corpo.

Taylor: athanaton

The Immortal = to athanaton. According to Plato, there are many orders of immortality, pervading from on high to the last of things; and the ultimate echo, as it were, of immortality, is seen in the perpetuity of the mundane wholes, which according to the doctrine of the Elean Guest in the Politicus, they participate from the Father of the universe. For both the being and the life of every body depend on another cause; but since body is not itself naturally adapted to connect, or adorn, or preserve itself.