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In section 15 of Berkeley's Principles is the positive side to the negative assessment mentioned in the article. It goes as follows: When I demonstrate any proposition concerning triangles, it is to be supposed that I have in view the universal idea of a triangle; which ought not to be understood as if I could frame an idea of a triangle which was neither equilateral nor scalenon nor equicrural. But only that the particular triangle I consider, whether of this sort or that it matters not, does equally stand for and represent all rectilinear triangles whatsoever, and is in that sense universal
I thought this might be worth including, but I'm not sure whether it is necessary. Teutanic (talk) 15:52, 13 August 2008 (UTC)