Have you ever tried to prove that the laws of nature are universal?

Have you ever tried to prove that the laws of nature are universal?
The very essence of teaching is to show the students that the laws of nature are not only personal but also universal. Today, our students started believing that the laws of nature are personals. Each thing they see is governed by its own law. The laws of nature govern each and everything including your thoughts. The laws of nature are not only particulars, but they are also universals. Only those who study more than one thing comparatively can understand this point.

For example, divisibility is a natural law. If you search for divisibility you will find it everywhere in everything. You will have no knowledge if there exists no divisibility. Divisibility is the primary unifying law. People speak of unity because there exist divisbility. If there exists no divisbility then there is no need to talk on unity. Will you? You will not think of unity unless until there is divisbility. Dvisibility is the fundamental law which allows to rationalize any god damned stuff.

There are few writings to show that the laws of nature are universal. In particular this link would be of some help to people: http://tiny.cc/myphilosophy

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