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  1. A “typical” someone out there. “Typical European”. “A typical Russian”. Sometimes I use these expressions myself, although I understand that in fact there is nothing to generalize here: all people in Russia and in the world are different, everyone has their own tastes or habits,and even seemingly identical views on something are also inherently different, because in one subject or event everyone can like completely different properties or results. What can we say about those who do not support or oppose something?

  2. For the answer, I suggest that you understand the definitions. Понятие Concept – judgment about the manifestation of the world. Общ Commonality of a concept – the extent to which the concept covers the largest area of the world. An extremely general concept is the judgment of the greatest territorial manifestation of the world. (the concepts are quite flexible, you can interpret them in your own way, but nevertheless). Judgments that have these properties can be as follows::

    1. “All/nothing” is a word intended to generalize the manifestation of the world as much as possible in this context (all the participants of the action ran away). In the absence of context, “all/nothing” is not bound by constraints, and therefore means any conceivable set.
    2. “Universe” is a term used to describe our physical reality as generally as possible, and it includes all concepts of it, which means it can be considered as general as possible in this category.
    3. “World picture/world map” – We learn the world only from our perception. In fact, it is synonymous with the “Universe”.
    4. “Tao/other generalizing religious concepts” – specially designed to operate with concepts about the creation of the world and so on, as a common space for the model of the existence of a religious point of view.

    Perhaps the most general concept is one that makes sense with minimal or no context. There may be quite a few such concepts, but all of them will operate within their own model.

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