My supposition is; can an abstract possess an abstract? That is, a person

My supposition is; can an abstract possess an abstract? That is, a person

My supposition is; can an abstract possess an abstract? That is, a person (tangible) can possess morality or happiness, but "time" can not possess either. Or, a "society" can be said to be moral (or immoral) but is it the "society" that possesses that morality, or just the tangible members of that society?

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