Talk:Universal (metaphysics)

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Could we move this to universal (metaphysics), please? I guess I should ask for sysop responsibilities.  :-) --Larry Sanger

All logged-in users can move pages now - not just admins. Are there other items that could be encyclopedia articles that are also called "universal"? In this case there proabably are so a parenthical title should be in order. --mav

Inadvisable and improper merge[edit]

JA: I was nonplussed to find that my attempt to link another article to a standard topic in philosophy has been hijacked by a neologistic, modernistic, POV name change. That will not do. Non-plus even more, the merge was not duly discussed according to standard procedures, so I have reverted it. Jon Awbrey 23:46, 29 May 2006 (UTC)

Universal: You will find them everywhere in everything[edit]

If you search for divisibility, you will find it everywhere in everything!

If you search for comparability, you will find it everywhere in everything!

If you search for connectivity, you will find it everywhere in everything!

If you search for sensitivity, you will find it everywhere in everything!

If you search for transformability, you will find it everywhere in everything!

If you search for substitutability, you will find it everywhere in everything!

If you search for satisfiability, you will find it everywhere in everything!


Doesn’t science search and study the divisibility of atoms, molecules, ions, cells, organelles, tissues, organs, guilds, words, numbers, equations, instruments, and other entities? Yes, science searches for it everywhere in everything!

Doesn’t science search and study the comparability of atoms, molecules, ions, cells, organelles, tissues, organs, guilds, words, numbers, equations, instruments, and other entities? Yes, science searches for it everywhere in everything!

Doesn’t science search and study the connectivity of atoms, molecules, ions, cells, organelles, tissues, organs, guilds, words, numbers, equations, instruments, and other entities? Yes, science searches for it everywhere in everything!

Doesn’t science search and study the sensitivity of atoms, molecules, ions, cells, organelles, tissues, organs, guilds, words, numbers, equations, instruments, and other entities? Yes, science searches for it everywhere in everything!

Doesn’t science search and study the transformability of atoms, molecules, ions, cells, organelles, tissues, organs, guilds, words, numbers, equations, instruments, and other entities? Yes, science searches for it everywhere in everything!

Doesn’t science search and study the substitutability of atoms, molecules, ions, cells, organelles, tissues, organs, guilds, words, numbers, equations, instruments, and other entities? Yes, science searches for it everywhere in everything!

Doesn’t science search and study the conditions which could be satisfied (satisfiability) by atoms, molecules, ions, cells, organelles, tissues, organs, guilds, words, numbers, equations, instruments, and other entities? Yes, science searches for it everywhere in everything!

What will you do if nothing has divisibility, comparability, connectivity, sensitivity, transformability, substitutability, and statisfiability?

What would your knowledge be if nothing has divisibility, comparability, connectivity, sensitivity, transformability, substitutability, and statisfiability?

  • I know that the wikipedia experts will delete this at the earliest, though this will clearly tell what an universal is! —Preceding unsigned comment added by 210.212.249.50 (talk) 06:01, 2 November 2010 (UTC)