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What exactly does an individual's character and personality refer to?

Also character and personality are not exactly the same thing?
 Mike88Al27 posted over a year ago
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jeonlous said:
Character:
the mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual.

Personality:
the combination of characteristics or qualities that form an individual's distinctive character.

The two depend on each other; without character, a personality can't be created, and without a personality, we'd all be bland and have the same opinions and mentality all the time.

It's easy to mistake the two, but in my opinion, they're not the same. However, it's up to you on how you actually want to interpret that.
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BlindBandit92 said:
Honestly character and personality can be synonymous with each other... They refer to how an individual copes and deals with circumstances and the general state of being when not confronted with something. I guess character could be a moral background but your personality can be shaped with morals. I think they are practically the same thing but with different context but that's my opinion on it.
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legend_of_roxas said:
Well I guess character refers to a person's strengths, weaknesses, and integrity. Personality is how a person behaves and what their qualities are.
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