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  • noun Plural form of universality.


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  • But it still shares some specific universalities with my other work: Ordinary people coping with trials they had never before imagined; young people coming of age in moments of seemingly unbearable stress; and, I hope, the sorts of moral ambiguity that give us all pause and force us to examine our values.

    A conversation with bestselling author Chris Bohjalian about his novel, Skeletons at the Feast 2010

  • The associationist might counter that sensory experience is sufficiently uniform for association to produce the universalities and necessities at issue.

    Kant's Transcendental Arguments Pereboom, Derk 2009

  • But this does not detract from the considerable anti-associationist force provided by the sorts of universalities and necessities Kant has in mind, and this fact is recognized by the contemporary discussion.

    Kant's Transcendental Arguments Pereboom, Derk 2009

  • President Obama likely could have made a stronger case for these principles 'universalities by pointing to the fact that China itself has stated its commitment to these values, but still has a ways to go to get there.

    Elizabeth Lynch: Obama's Town Hall in Shanghai - Reading Between the Lines 2009

  • In conflict tactics there are certain rules that should be regarded as universalities.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » ACORN Challenges Congressional Defunding 2009

  • And if you value attempts to express human universalities, a texts which seeks to explore the nature of the universe and our relationship to it surely counts for something?

    On Literary Canonization Richard Nokes 2006

  • Finally, while I agree that there ARE universal Rights, rights and wrongs we have to be careful about what basis and whose perspective we use to determine those universalities.

    Structures of Governance 2008

  • One thing I really wanted to try to show, in some small way, how many different flavors of Latin there are and they're not all created the same although there are definitely some universalities that cross all borders.

    slayground: Interview: Caridad Ferrer Little Willow 2006

  • Supposed universalities usually are, after all, surprisingly non-universal.

    On Literary Canonization Richard Nokes 2006

  • As first, the sense only comprehends singularities, the understanding universalities.

    Anatomy of Melancholy 2007


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