- v. alternative spelling of universalize.
- v. make universal
- universal + -ise (Wiktionary)
“Moreover, the conceit does universalise the drama and themes of the show, I think, succeeding where Battlestar Galactica failed, to my mind, regardless of what its defendants say.”
“We can all tell a story, but some seem able to take any event and make a tale of it, to reach into their own minds and create realities, universalise emotions and themes, and weave them into a coherent whole that entertains and inspires others.”
“Reforming the faltering public distribution system, which it plans to universalise under the new bill, enhancing support for farmers, and improving storage and transport may go some way to reduce wastage and pave the way for long-term food security.”
“German philosophy — the tendency to universalise and idealise the I and consciousness.”
“The political leadership was unable to construct the friction with the PLO (after a year of cease-fire in the northern area of Israel) as an existential danger, and thus to universalise it.”
“Conservative morality must see this as madness and an impossible attempt to rationally universalise the root of evil.”
“There is no better way of paying tribute to the great masters than to universalise their art, and make it accessible to the greatest number of people," the Prado's director, Miguel Zugaza, said.”
“If he is a social scientist (economists notwithstanding), he would understand that the scientific method (esp. the aspects of experimentation, repeatability and tendency to universalise) as used in the natural sciences is of very limited utility when dealing with self-aware human agents inhabiting unimaginably complex and therefore infinitely context-rich social worlds, requiring very different methodologies.”
“There is a tendency to universalise in all thought; there is a humanising tendency in feeling.”
“Ultimately, the goal of civilisation is to universalise the kind of spiritual and material life possible historically only to the ruling class, and we will only move towards acheiving this if we cultivate in our won souls the habit of wanting not less, but more.”
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