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- ahistoricism refers to a lack of concern for history, historical development, or tradition. charges of ahistoricism are frequently critical, implying
- 10–11 august, is said to have died of wounds received in the battle. its ahistoricity was first demonstrated by reinhart dozy in 1881. the french arabist Évariste
- 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
- façade. jameson contrast these models sharply with the lack of depth, the ahistoricity, the surface-focus and flatness of the postmodern consciousness, with
- richard (2002). 'did jesus exist? earl doherty and the argument to ahistoricity'. the secular web. retrieved 23 june 2009.  zindler, frank r. (2000–2001)
- difference feminism did not argue that there was a biological, inherent, ahistorical, or otherwise 'essential' link between womanhood and traditionally feminine
- expedition against purushanda's ruler nur-dagan (or nur-daggal). the story is ahistorical, as it apparently portrays the 23rd-century sargon in an anachronistic
- post-structuralists. in the 1970s, structuralism was criticised for its rigidity and ahistoricism. despite this, many of structuralism's proponents, such as jacques lacan