Universal and Particular

Universals cannot be experienced. It is the particular instances of the universal that come under experience. One cannot see a " man", as such or a "tree", as such , but a particular man and a particular tree. However, a communication based on the experience of a particular instance of a universal concept transcends the the boundaries of particularity and becomes universal.

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