historicity
Pronunciation
  • IPA: /ˌhɪstəˈɹɪsɪti/
Noun

historicity (uncountable)

  1. Historical quality or authenticity based on fact.
    The historicity of Jesus' miracles is a matter of some debate among scholars.
  2. (philosophy) The characteristic of having appeared or developed in history, as opposed to being natural or universal.
    the historicity of ideas, practices, or institutions
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