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Definition of the adjective ahistorical
What does ahistorical mean as an attribute of a noun?
- unconcerned with or unrelated to history or to historical development or to tradition
Alternative definition of the adjective ahistorical
- Lacking historical perspective or context.
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Dictionary of Psychotherapy (2014)
by Sue Walrond-Skinner
Most therapies which are described as ahistorical use the term relatively, since some form of history takingisoften found ...
by Mervyn Hartwig
,grasping the status quoaspartof ahistorical processrather than asimmutable. See also EMPIRICISM ...
The Žižek Dictionary (2015)
by Rex Butler
sees historicism as tending to succumb to the fate whereby, in its attempt to combat ahistorical transcendental formalism, it ends up becoming that which it fights against (it elevates situated contingency into the unsurpassable condition of ...
by Martin Griffiths
ahistorical«. is added because many theoristsin this perspective engage in historical analysis and believe that history ismarkedby exploitation. Historical structuralists consider economic relations to bebasically conflictual, with exploitation ...
by Rob Canton, David Hancock
ahistorical. offences« (committed two orthree decades ago), contributes tothistrend. Since olderprisoners are ...
by Margaret Mallett
ahistorical. novels« entry. Historical novels for primary-aged childrenfell outof favour towardsthe end of the twentieth century (see the report ofYoung Peoplets ...
by Lance Day, Ian McNeil
aHistorical. notesonthe cavity magnetron«, Transactions of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers ED-23: 724 (provides an accountoftheir development ofthe cavity magnetron). Further Reading E.H.Dix and W.H.Aldous, 1966, ...
by W. F. Bynum, Roy Porter
aInfanticide:ahistorical. survey«, History of Childhood Quarterly. Journal of Psychohistory, 1974, 1: 353-65. Perhaps the best collection of citations on this subject is to be found in two venerable but still informative works: William Lecky, History ...
A Dictionary of Stylistics (2014)
by Katie Wales
ahistorical. past TENSE«, has been used in European criticism to refer specifically to the ...
by Roger Scruton
It is often said that the *liberal theory of human nature and political institutions is ahistorical. The intention is to accuse liberalism of describing our social and political nature without reference to the fact that these develop historically, or to the ...
by Martin Coyle, Honorary Professorial Fellow Peter Garside, Peter Garside, Malcolm Kelsall, Professor of English Malcolm Kelsall, Professor, John Peck
elaborated a largely ahistorical treatment of literature as ...
Dictionary of Symbols (2006)
by J. C. Cirlot
ahistorical«. formsof human existence. We mustnot overlook thefact that Rome, the most powerful political forceof Antiquity, andthe originator ofthe historical sense, upheldsolar hierophany, which, during theEmpire, dominated all other cults in ...
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The value of this 11-letter word is 16 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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