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Generalities do apply to individual. For example, I need air to breath. That is applied to me, an individual. That is a generality that applies to probably every single normal human human that is totally a human and not anything else in actuality. Individuals make choices. But many of the choices that individuals make just so happen to be the same as what other individuals made. For example, most babies, as individuals, choose to cry. So, that is a generality. But babies are individuals. But most of them cry. And we all know that famous song, big girls don't cry eye eye eye.

Generalities do apply to individual. For example, I need air to breath.

You're describing a FACT, not a generality.

For example, most babies, as individuals, choose to cry.

Babies don't make conscious decisions.

They cry (or not cry) instinctively.

This is a FACT.