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Universal Set: A set fixed within the framework of a theory and consisting of all objects considered in this theory. Yes, you may define the universal set as the union of these two sets as long as your theory does not make use of __the intersection of__ their complements (relative to some bigger set).

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http://math.boisestate.edu/~holmes/holmes/setbiblio.html

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