- de- + historicize (Wiktionary)
“Indeed, one could argue that to make the distinction is to lose the connection of gentile-centrism to anti-Semitism and thus dehistoricize the phenomenon in a way that can only be harmful.”
“Indeed, "patriarchy" and "feminism," concepts hardly unrelated to one another, may be the two terms most vexing the study of Austen today, since their very inevitability now in discussions of her work presents a constant temptation to dehistoricize, given the nearly transhistorical force these terms have assumed in our own time.”
“This way of framing the debate also seems to dehistoricize this food crisis as merely the product of recent economic policies.”
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