Scene from a academic conference setting (not in my discipline though no way):
Speaker: We must from now on stop referring to "people" and start referring to them as "weeple." This is to bring out the salient fact, which is that human beings weep under the weight of injustice and contumely. We must mark this in the materiality of the signifier itself so as to mobilize the forces of change."
Question from Audience (Me): What do we say for the singular "person."