inauthenticity


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in·au·then·tic

 (ĭn′ô-thĕn′tĭk)
adj.
Not genuine or authentic.

in′au·then·tic′i·ty (-tĭs′ĭ-tē) n.

inauthenticity

(ɪnˌɔːθɛnˈtɪsɪtɪ)
n
the quality of being inauthentic
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Rubio's weakness has always been inauthenticity, but no journalist (including this one) has evoked it as vividly.
However, when discussing the role of signature in determining the authorship of a work of art, we should take into consideration that the authenticity of a signature does not mean that the painting on which it was placed is authentic or, conversely, the inauthenticity of a signature is not tantamount to the inauthenticity of the work.
Research by James Gross at Stanford indicates that our heart rate goes up when we are around inauthenticity (for example, someone who is angry and pretending not to be).
3 Summers closes with a manifesto for aesthetic inauthenticity in the form of a remarkable prose poem titled "Rose.
Facebook said it would go after amplifier accounts based on behavioral analysis that shows signs of inauthenticity, such as sudden bursts of activity or repeated posting of the same material, without regard to the politics of the content.
Summary: All along Route 66 are eccentric, overblown roadside attractions whose inauthenticity is their authenticity -- you hand over your money fully aware you're being taken for a bit of a ride
We have to remember Heidegger was attempting to do fundamental ontology and this is one of the main reasons why he continuously denies that inauthenticity and authenticity have any ethical ramifications.
The inauthenticity of some shows with staged scenes "got my hackles up.
While based on a true story, this exercise in emotional manipulation has more than a ring of inauthenticity about it thanks to barely-shaded characters and a clumsy attempt to gloss over the quite plausible medical reason for Anna's cure.
While based on a true story, this exercise in emotional manipulation has more than a ring of inauthenticity about characters and a clumsy attempt to gloss over the quite plausible medical reason for Anna's cure.
This exhibition reveals just how much Broodthaers' art plays with different combinations of the image-text, text-object, image-object trope, a method that allowed him to keep ahead of the processes of appropriation and inauthenticity that he believed threatened art.