Anachronize

An`ach´ro`nize


v. t.1.To refer to, or put into, a wrong time.
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Kylycdaroy-lu, with a limited background as a civil servant, either failed or refused to see the fundamental fact that all the genies of Turkey were out of the bottle for good; that any delay in analyzing properly and acknowledging the new realities would further anachronize his party.
With a little imagination, contemporary believers can anachronize some of these notions of political correctness into the ancient Near Eastern world to see how the persons featured in today's.
As Jacques Derrida (1995, 94) emphasises, khora does not bring about change in time but gives "the anachrony in being." It "anachronizes being." That is to say, the state itself is subject to change, irregularly and necessarily so, because it too is in motion and subject to inescapable motion.