facticity


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fac·tic·i·ty

 (făk-tĭs′ĭ-tē)
n.
The quality or condition of being a fact: historical facticity.

facticity

(fækˈtɪsɪtɪ)
n
the quality or state of being a fact
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Our duty, one would imagine, is to somehow retrieve the human from the mere cumulative facticity of clinical reportage.
This part of the argument proceeds through an examination of three closely related problems for cosmology--complexity, fundamentality, and facticity. Once confronted, perhaps the most challenging aspect of the problem of choice is the implication that a mixture of novelty and recurrence is entailed by each and every causal event.
This means that facticity is necessary, that "everything is a fact", but this facticity is not itself a fact.
The past is not present as a representation in the thetic (positional) mode of consciousness, but is nevertheless constantly there, surrounding it, essentially as a facticity continually and pre-reflectively orientating consciousness's for-itself to the world.
Information policy is among the most culturally sensitive domains of the law, since it mediates the emergence of new forms of communicative action, and since it "affects the nature of facticity, meaning the ways in which data treated as "facts" are created, perceived, and incorporated into decision-making.
Firstly, the hystericality of modern liberal-permissive capitalism can not only incorporate a fragile osmosis between existential absurdity and bleak, material facticity, but it positively thrives on it.
Unreal in its brazen facticity, the Taiji footage anchors the film to the current global ecological crisis for which China itself, far more than Japan, is implicated.
Mary, Montana, August, 2015 are terrifically lurid in their appeal to facticity, their coruscating color the result not of postproduction alterations but of atmospheric conditions generated when the flames erupted.
Her concluding observation that to cope with the pressures of societal life human beings "produce a subjectivity that seems to have an objective facticity ...
This is the "facticity" of facts, i.e., the sense in which a fact is a fact in its likeness to all the other facts.
We also took into consideration factors developed in the thesis written by Gonzalez (2011: 258345), who combined an analysis of formal factors, aiming to detect potential technical flaws and errors in the presentation and transmission, with a content analysis that focused on three elements: diversity, independence (including the level of facticity, distinguishing between facts, statements and conjectures) and news production .
In this circumstance, the students are launched into the world in view of the facticity of the terminal condition, independently of their choice.