The General/Particular Dualism

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Eodnhoj7
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The General/Particular Dualism

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To generalize a series of phenomenom under x is to reduce the series of phenomenon to a particular given that x as a general must now relate to further generals thus acts as a particular. All phenomenon are both generals and particulars simultaneously as two different things in two different respects.
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Reminds me of the " third man" paradox.
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More generally, all dualities can be reduced in a similar way.
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