If “mind” is in the wrong part of speech, that’s why we can’t pin it down.

First, and not as trivial as it seems: it’s a word that has a definition.

Does a word or its definition have substance?

What if it is the wrong part of speech?

For example: “a mind” may be a nominal.

But what if it is describing a verb? [called “a process” in noun form]?

If the process “of minding” is where the definition belongs, this might explain why it’s so difficult to pin it down: We’re using the wrong word form for the concept.

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