noun, plural con·cep·tus·es.
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By conceptus cosmicus Kant means concept shared by the whole world, or common to all mankind.
For this reason we ought to call these conceptions, conceptions of comparison (conceptus comparationis).The Critique of Pure Reason|Immanuel Kant
The Idea is never a conceptus dabilis; it is not an empirically possible conception.