universal object

universal object

[¦yü·nə′vər·səl ‚äb‚jekt]
(mathematics)
An object which is universally attracting or universally repelling.
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But here a confusion may arise; and I should wish to guard against an opponent starting up and saying that no man desires drink only, but good drink, or food only, but good food; for good is the universal object of desire, and thirst being a desire, will necessarily be thirst after good drink; and the same is true of every other desire.
a construction of a universal object from the world of commodities.
Another thing to point out is that the universal scene and universal object are responsible for registering all their extensions with the state manager so that the extensions will get notified of changes made by other extensions (i.e.
Interestingly though, according to Inquisitr, 343 Industries decided to replace the Forge budget feature with a universal object count and a performance meter.
--Algorithm 2 starts with a set of entity objects and flattens them to remove any nesting of complex attributes, which produces objects called universal objects. From the user's GD-constraints associated with each universal object, Algorithm 2 then identifies the possible clustering (or grouping, nesting) of attributes.
For universality marks not simply the universal object of thought, but also the subjective thinking of it.
Artist Benedict Carpenter's Universal Object, which won the first Jerwood Sculpture Prize, is now on display at Witley Court, in Worcestershire.
Since the grasp of the universal characterizes intellect, the more universal object will characterize the more intellectual science and the most universal object the most intellectual science.
It is true that Sharif explored these ideas so deeply and thoroughly that he was able to transform them from the everyday or trivial, to transcendent universal objects. It is no wonder that his work not only resonates locally, but with the international art world as well.
Reminiscing about a landscape unpolluted by the ephemera of pop culture, recognisable and universal objects such as motels, donut shops, train tracks, ice cream shacks and bridges can be found in traditional, everyday settings such as East L.A Side Street (2015-2016) and Brooklyn Heights (2015-2016).
Second, they are not particular but universal objects. Hence, they may have instances.

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