ahistorical


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a·his·tor·i·cal

 (ā′hĭ-stôr′ĭ-kəl, -stŏr′-)
adj.
1. Conceived or done without consideration of history or historical context.
2. Unconcerned with or ignorant of history.

ahistorical

(ˌeɪhɪsˈtɒrɪkəl) or

ahistoric

adj
not related to history; not historical
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.ahistorical - unconcerned with or unrelated to history or to historical development or to tradition
historical - of or relating to the study of history; "historical scholars"; "a historical perspective"
Translations
ahistoriqueanhistorique
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Once we understand human behavior in terms of some universal and - crucially - ahistorical principle, we can aspire to control (and of course improve) it.
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In their entries in figures in Buddhism, scholars seek to represent a picture of both traditional (or ahistorical) images alongside what can be known of factual history.
and to a lesser extent in Springfield and judges on the Supreme Court who have adopted an ahistorical and completely unjustified view of the Second Amendment, they are to blame for this," Loos said.
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In her comments, however, Tlaib did appear to make ahistorical claims about Palestinians providing a 'safe haven' for Jews fleeing Europe ahead of the establishment of the modern state of Israel, despite deep-seated opposition at the time to Jewish settlement there and the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.
Greer described Morgan's viewpoint as "wildly ahistorical", implying a lack of fact in the presenter's statement.
They are invariably ahistorical and biblically naive.
This jolt of color effects the estrangement typically lent by historical distance, fostering a reading of the objects as apocryphal artifacts that must be negotiated within the Zen garden's purposefully ahistorical terrain.
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