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- Ahistoricism refers to a lack of concern for history, historical development, or tradition. Charges of ahistoricism are frequently critical, implying...
- theories; Mythological Ahistoricity, Supernatural Historicity, and Natural Historicity. In regards to Mythological Ahistoricity, Carrier reviews Ehrman's...
- Thompson however, does not draw a final conclusion on the historicity or ahistoricity of Jesus. He was a fellow of the short-lived Jesus Project from 2008...
- Hwandudaedo). But the Bonguk geom as presented in the 18th century manual is ahistorically based on a single-edged sword of the type common during that era. In...
- Schiffer provides a platform for authors who present an uncritical and ahistorical portrayal of the German war effort during the Soviet-German war of 1941–1945...
- campaign). Players were given the option of playing a "Historical" or "Ahistorical" scenario for each of the given years. Under the "Historical" option...
- Shadows. His 1993 autobiography, Love of Beginnings, was deliberately ahistorical, emphasising what he called “holes” in discourse, where the process of...
- according to her, it elevates the Lacanian Real into a transcendental, ahistorical category. However, Laclau's response to Butler on this point is that...
- though Nagel's approach has been seen as outdated. Nagel took an ahistorical, prescriptive approach to the philosophy of science. He argued that most...
- died the night of 10–11 August of wounds received in the battle. Its ahistoricity was first demonstrated by Reinhart Dozy in 1881, a man noted for his...