Simple past tense and past participle of universalise. (verb)
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Use "universalised" in a sentence
"That ultimately this very moral imperative taken as absolute requires that we should treat all other moral imperatives as relative until, by a process of honest inquiry, we can decide, to our honest satisfaction, that, to the best of our knowledge, the action predicated by this imperative is indeed essentially capable of being universalised."
"O'Brien, Caputo and Kovic, among others, universalised Vietnam? whose jargon passed into the common currency of the time? as a shorthand for the madness of a jungle war."
"Obscurity and unaccountability start to integrate with a new interest in shielding the grounds of individuality — its supposed inner, ontological roots — from representation, particularly representation according to the universalised laws of physics and logic."