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  • adj. Not generalized.


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un- +‎ generalized


  • The social-revolutionary radicalism which has become the permanent pivot for my whole inner life grew out of this intellectual enmity toward the striving for petty ends, toward out-and-out pragmatism, and toward all that is ideologically without form and theoretically ungeneralized.

    My Life

  • An ungeneralized proposition can be tautological just as well as a generalized one.

    Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus

  • But his experience of encampments, in circumstances more or less similar, has left a number of vivid, unexpressed, ungeneralized analogies in his mind, the most appropriate of which, instantly suggesting itself, determines him to a judicious arrangement.

    A System Of Logic, Ratiocinative And Inductive (Vol. 1 of 2)

  • Our law of torts comes from the old days of isolated, ungeneralized wrongs, assaults, slanders, and the like, where the damages might be taken to lie where they fell by legal judgment.

    Free New York Blog

  • They both, independently, stand in signifying relations to the world, just as is the case in ungeneralized propositions.)

    Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus


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