spuriosity

spuriosity

(ˌspjʊərɪˈɒsɪtɪ)
npl -ties
1. rare formal something spurious
2. rare formal the state of being spurious
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References in periodicals archive ?
Mittnik, S., 2011, Solvency II Calibrations: Where Curiosity Meets Spuriosity, Working Paper.
Almost from the beginning of the chapter the numinous tone that accompanies the depiction of the matriarch and her womb-like realm is contested by means of such words as "masquerade" (49), "ingenious stage-management" (52), "unnatural" (55, 58), "false-looking" (56), "blatant spuriosity" (57), "self-constructed" (58), or "artificial" (59).
Faking Literature is a useful if frustrating contribution to the 'not yet conceptualised field of spuriosity studies' (p.