Conceptualisation

Concepts do not exist. There is only conceptualisation.

We can conceptualised about particulars and universals. A conceptualisation of a particular is necessarily separate from the particular. The conceptualisation of a universal is necessarily separate from the nominalised concept.

With particulars it is a necessary projection. With universals it is a necessary fiction.

Conceptualisation is the procedural property of a particular. Conceptualisation does not exist apart from the perceived property of the particular.

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