verb (used with object), u·ni·ver·sal·ized, u·ni·ver·sal·iz·ing.
Related formsu·ni·ver·sal·i·za·tion, nounu·ni·ver·sal·iz·er, noun
Examples from the Web for universalize
In the 60s, Palestinian nationalists tried to universalize their struggle.
The question which Berkeley really asks is—How do we universalize our ideas of sight?
Credit thus tends to universalize that characteristic which Menger considers the unique characteristic of money.
Our critics seem on the other hand, to wish to universalize the retrospective type of instance.Essays in Radical Empiricism|William James
To universalize a conception is one thing, to suppress it is another.The Non-religion of the Future: A Sociological Study|Jean-Marie Guyau
It is the function of credit to universalize the characteristic of money, high saleability.