transhistorical


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transhistorical

(ˌtrænzhɪˈstɒrɪkəl)
adj
occurring throughout all human history
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Ferrone's simple argument is that "the enemies of the Enlightenment" have invariably and mistakenly offered transhistorical philosophical interpretations of it, though the "Enlightenment party" has correctly and carefully stressed context, emphasizing a historical reconstruction of the ideas, practices, and institutions of dix-huitieme Europe (xiv, xv).
Through a transnational and transhistorical investigation, the pavilion argues that the Philippines does not exist in a vacuum, is implicated within power relations, and is inextricably intertwined with other nations and people.
Their mysterious yet charged reanimations of the Italian artistic past anticipate Pater's queer sense of the Renaissance not as a specific time period, but as an enduring transhistorical spirit.
Therefore, the transhistorical and transnational colonial texts Lezra uses form her chapters.
Duterte contend that human rights are universal and transhistorical, protected by both the state and civil society.
ready-to-hand transhistorical rubrics" (3, emphasis mine).
Marcus analyzes the tension Woolf experienced between respecting and disrupting chronology: early on she considered a chronological approach, but later adopted transhistorical categories like "the Truth-teller" and "the Romantics," as organizing heuristics (30).
In all its forms it takes the concept of the Jewish people and its connection to the 'Land of Israel' to be transhistorical and unitary, temporary exiles notwithstanding.
Thomas Dixon's Weeping Britannia takes as its central premise that the British "stiff upper lip", far from being the defining characteristic of the nation throughout its history, was in fact the creation of a particular historical moment, out of which has grown a transhistorical myth of national restraint.
Nine essays are: the uneven and combined development of international historical sociology; the collapse of aethe international imaginationAE: a critique of the transhistorical approach to uneven and combined development; locating the state: uneven and combined development, the states system and the political; expanding geopolitical economy: a critique of the theory of successive hegemonies; gross domestic power: geopolitical economy and the history of national accounts; military power and trade policyuroots of contemporary geopolitical economy; understanding Eurasian integration and contestation in the post-Soviet conjuncture: lessons from geopolitical economy and critical historicism; geographies of capital accumulation: tracing the emergence of multi-polarity, 1980-2014.
Taken together, these chapters represent a remarkable, transhistorical approach to witnessing as a dynamic field of cultural production and engagement.
On the other, because Salcedo's work rarely references specific events or individuals, it has also been interpreted as memorializing incidents of transhistorical torture, disappearance, victimhood, and bereavement beyond those suffered by her compatriots.