„In the particular is contained the universal.“

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James Joyce14
irischer Schriftsteller 1882 - 1941

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„Inside you there are universes. You contain multitudes.“

—  James Scott Bell

How to Make a Living As a Writer

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„There could not be a non-mathematical Universe containing living observers.“

—  John D. Barrow British scientist 1952

The Artful Universe (1995)
Kontext: Where there is life there is a pattern, and where there is a pattern there is mathematics. Once that germ of rationality and order exists to turn a chaos into a cosmos, then so does mathematics. There could not be a non-mathematical Universe containing living observers.<!-- Ch. 5, p. 230

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„The universe is not fine-tuned to us; we are fine-tuned to our particular universe.“

—  Victor J. Stenger American philosopher 1935 - 2014

In The Fallacy of Fine-Tuning: Why the Universe Is Not Designed for Us

David Deutsch Foto

„The emphasis of study upon a particular aspect of music is in itself ideological because it contains implications about the music's value.“

—  Lucy Green

from (1999). Ideology. Key Terms in Popular Music and Culture. Malden, Massachusetts. ISBN 0631212639.

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„What is the body? That shadow of a shadow
of your love, that somehow contains
the entire universe.“

—  Rumi Iranian poet 1207 - 1273

"Where are we?" in Ch. 2 : Bewilderment
Disputed, The Essential Rumi (1995)

„Imitation is replication of particulars, emulation is adoption of an exemplified universal or principle.“

—  David L. Norton American philosopher 1930 - 1995

Quelle: Personal Destinies: A Philosophy of Ethical Individualism (1976), p. 12

„The process of continuity and rupture is internally defined by the process of universality and particularity.“

—  J. Moufawad-Paul Canadian academic and writer

Continuity and Rupture:Philosophy in the Maoist Terrain (2016)

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„Undergirding what Christians call the Old Testament is a message of particularism, not universalism.“

—  Ilana Mercer South African writer

" Busted: Scripture-Twisting Reverend Pushing Borderless US http://www.wnd.com/2017/12/busted-scripture-twisting-rev-pushing-borderless-u-s/," WND, December 13, 2017
2010s, 2017

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„By phonemic transformation into visual terms, the alphabet became a universal, abstract, static container of meaningless sounds.“

—  Marshall McLuhan Canadian educator, philosopher, and scholar-- a professor of English literature, a literary critic, and a communicatio… 1911 - 1980

Quelle: 1980s, Laws of Media: The New Science (with Eric McLuhan) (1988), p. 15

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„The essence of the modern state is the union of the universal with the full freedom of the particular, and with the welfare of individuals.“

—  Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, buch Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts

Sect. 260
Elements of the Philosophy of Right (1820/1821)

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„The universe is represented in every one of its particles. Every thing in nature contains all the powers of nature.“

—  Ralph Waldo Emerson American philosopher, essayist, and poet 1803 - 1882

1840s, Essays: First Series (1841), Compensation
Kontext: The universe is represented in every one of its particles. Every thing in nature contains all the powers of nature. Every thing is made of one hidden stuff; as the naturalist sees one type under every metamorphosis, and regards a horse as a running man, a fish as a swimming man, a bird as a flying man, a tree as a rooted man. Each new form repeats not only the main character of the type, but part for part all the details, all the aims, furtherances, hindrances, energies, and whole system of every other. Every occupation, trade, art, transaction, is a compend of the world, and a correlative of every other. Each one is an entire emblem of human life; of its good and ill, its trials, its enemies, its course and its end. And each one must somehow accommodate the whole man, and recite all his destiny.
The world globes itself in a drop of dew.

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„Every object and being in the universe is
a jar overflowing with wisdom and beauty,
a drop of the Tigris that cannot be contained
by any skin.“

—  Rumi Iranian poet 1207 - 1273

"The Gift of Water" Ch. 18 : The Three Fish, p. 200
The Essential Rumi (1995)
Kontext: Every object and being in the universe is
a jar overflowing with wisdom and beauty,
a drop of the Tigris that cannot be contained
by any skin. Every jarful spills and makes the earth
more shining, as though covered in satin.

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„Political realism refuses to identify the moral aspirations of a particular nation with the moral laws that govern the universe.“

—  Hans Morgenthau, buch Politics Among Nations

Six Principles of Political Realism, § 5.
Politics Among Nations (1948)
Kontext: Political realism refuses to identify the moral aspirations of a particular nation with the moral laws that govern the universe. As it distinguishes between truth and opinion, so it distinguishes between truth and idolatry. All nations are tempted — and few have been able to resist the power for long — to clothe their own aspirations and action in the moral purposes of the universe. To know that nations are subject to the moral law is one thing, while to pretend to know with certainty what is good and evil in the relations among nations is quite another. There is a world of difference between the belief that all nations stand under the judgment of God, inscrutable to the human mind, and the blasphemous conviction that God is always on one's side and that what one wills oneself cannot fail to be willed by God also.

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„Poetry is finer and more philosophical than history; for poetry expresses the universal, and history only the particular.“

—  Aristotle, buch Poetik

1451b.6
Poetics
Original: (el) διὸ καὶ φιλοσοφώτερον καὶ σπουδαιότερον ποίησις ἱστορίας ἐστίν: ἡ μὲν γὰρ ποίησις μᾶλλον τὰ καθόλου, ἡ δ᾽ ἱστορία τὰ καθ᾽ ἕκαστον λέγει.

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