verb (used with object), u·ni·ver·sal·ized, u·ni·ver·sal·iz·ing.
- universal time coordinated,
- universe of discourse,
Origin of universalize
Examples from the Web for universalization
This juridical method descended naturally from the Jewish theocracy, of which Christendom was a universalization.
The Manifesto went on to say that communism was not the subversion of existing principles, but their universalization.Contemporary Socialism|John Rae
Universalization means socialization, the extension of the area and range of those who share in a good.Reconstruction in Philosophy|John Dewey