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Universal class is a category derived from the philosophy of Hegel, redefined and popularized by Karl Marx. In Marxism it denotes that class of people within a stratified society for which, at a given point in history, self-interested action coincides with the needs of humanity as a whole.
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Perl Developer's Dictionary (2002)
by Clinton Pierce
The UNIVERSAL class provides three methods: can, isa, and VERSION.
by A. Pablo Iannone
organic see holism universal see abstract universal characteristic see calculus universal class see set universal, concrete see idealism universal constructor see computer theory universal disposition see disposition universal generalization ...
by Elmar Waibl
Universalklasse f ' universal class (Russell) ...
Encyclopedia of Virology (1999)
by Allan Granoff, Robert G. Webster
Such a class is called a universal class because it is defined by a single property, or a combination of properties, necessarily present in all the members of the class. Figure 1 Five members of a polythetic class characterized by five properties, ...
Dictionary of Philosophy (2002)
by Alan Lacey
The universal class is the class containing everything, or everything in a given sphere. The null, or empty, ...
by Michael Proudfoot, A.R. Lacey
The universal class isthe class containing everything, or everythingin agiven sphere. The null, orempty, class ...
Encyclopedia of Optimization (2008)
by Christodoulos A. Floudas, Panos M. Pardalos
The universal class V includes all sets created by iteration from the empty set. 0 A7 (choice). The universal class V can be well ordered. 0 A8 (two cardinalities). Every two infinite classes that are not countable are equivalent. Thus, any infinite ...
by Marc H.V. van Regenmortel, Brian W.J. Mahy
A universal class, also known as an Aristotelian class, is defined by properties that are constant and immutable.
A Dictionary of Sociology (2009)
by John Scott, Gordon Marshall
falsification hinders the universal class of the *proletariat in its liberating and developmental role and it leads the bourgeoisie to misleadingly cast its sectional outlook as a universally valid View. In The 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte ...
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