novity

Related to novity: novelty

novity

(ˈnɒvɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
1. a novelty; a new thing
2. novelty; newness
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This is from English naturalist John Ray, writing (in 1673) of sediments a hundred feet deep: "which is yet a strange thing, considering the novity of the World, the age whereof, according to the usual Account, is not yet 5600 years" (112).
The novity of the future is equivalent to the recognition of the past.