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  • n. Plural form of particularization.


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  • But while these demographic particularizations are heinous and emblematic, no less serious is the more generalized effect.

    John Odum: A 10 year old boy in Vermont meets "The Mean Society"

  • But even if there does exist a corresponding formal being, nothing here requires a real identity between the objective and formal beings; they will share a form, but be really distinct instantiations or particularizations of that form.

    Descartes' Theory of Ideas

  • ¦ If we understand ourselves as the particularization of something universal, this means, at the same time, that we can understand others as different particularizations of something universal.

    The Kyoto School

  • Nishida also referred to more limited realms as particularizations or “self-determinations” of more inclusive realms, but he often used the metaphor of wrapping to describe the manner of determination.

    Nishida Kitarô

  • But the king, child of a social order that wreaks itself on particularizations, returned to his quest for a certain recounting.

    Romance Island


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