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Definition of Antihistorical
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Literary usage of Antihistorical
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1. Orpheus Philologus: Bachofen Versus Mommsen on the Study of Antiquity by Lionel Gossman (1983)
"In that respect, however, it was not unhistorical or antihistorical. It was simply closer in spirit, despite some important divergences, ..."
2. The Methodist Review (1879)
"... even as a part of "science," that man began a "savage," and that ascending progress is the uniform law, is unquestionably antihistorical and false. ..."
3. The Life of the Lord Jesus Christ: A Complete Critical Examination of the by Johann Peter Lange (1864)
"... would seem not merely to have been devoid of historical interest, but to have been led by an antihistorical interest to falsify history. 2. ..."
4. The life of the Lord Jesus Christ, a complete critical examination of the by Johann Peter Lange (1864)
"would seem not merely to have been devoid of historical interest, but to have been led by an antihistorical interest to falsify history. ..."