with respect to its built-in nature
(purr say) adj. Latin for "on it's own," meaning naturally. Hence, a published writing which falsely accuses another of experiencing a sexually transmitted condition or becoming a convicted felon is "libel per se," without additional explanation of concept of the statement.
Lat. By himself or itself; in itself; taken alone; naturally; in isolation; unconnected along with other matters.
Latin, actually "alone;" translating Greek kath auto (Aristotle).
Intrinsically, on it's own, not requiring any supporting realities or some ideas, standing alone. Latin for, alone or perhaps in it self. Opposite of per accidens.
Estque haec particula velut filius emancipatus seorsumque collocatus, et principium per se vivens; unde postea membrorum ordo describitur; et quaecunque ad absolvendum animal pertinent, disponuntur.