1 Like universalism, the methodological attitude referred to as universalist approach denotes the idea of ‘extending over’ and ‘including’ the whole of something. Associated with practices of generalization, it indicates both a concept common to the whole humankind and the process whereby an idea is, or is intended to be, used everywhere. 2 Generalizations are methodological or substantive. Whereas the latter points to the condition being universal in scope and character, the former considers the dissemination of allegedly universal concepts. In both cases,...
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