- n. Factuality.
- n. the quality of being actual or based on fact
- factual + -ness (Wiktionary)
“The debates about the factualness of evolutionism/Creationism are really irrelevant.”
“Meaningfulness and factualness are not one and the same thing.”
“Such a transparency, real, factual, immediately entering into consciousness, of all relations is only possible where commodity economy has ceased to exist with equal reality, factualness, immediacy.”
“The essential functions of journalism - reporting, watching, sharing, answering, explaining - and its verities - factualness, completeness, fairness, timeliness, relevance - are eternal, but the means of performing them are multiplying magnificently.”
“The essential functions of journalism – reporting, watching, sharing, answering, explaining – and its verities – factualness, completeness, fairness, timeliness, relevance – are eternal, but the means of performing them are multiplying magnificently.”
“Back in 2003, for instance, the Minneapolis Star Tribune had questioned the book's factualness.”
“So it would not only be the factualness of the literal words, but it could be accompanied by analysis leading to the real meaning and often intent.”
“Then he launched into a long argument supporting factualness.”
“Although spontaneous generation did not square well with his doctrine of causality, Aristotle preferred not to ques - tion its factualness, but rather to view it as an”
“Nobody would, I think, argue with the factualness of the "three true outcomes" - the walk, the strikeout, and the home run.”
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