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Definitions

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  • n. The state or quality of being fundamental.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state or quality of being fundamental; essentiality.

Etymologies

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fundamental +‎ -ity.

Examples

  • I've questioned its fundamentality and erroneousness before.

    The Not-So Fundamental Attribution Error, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • I've questioned its fundamentality and erroneousness...

    EconLog: June 2009 Archives

  • Again the short answer relies on a commitment to the fundamentality of reproduction.

    Miss Winter Solstice

  • We also have one that's more fundamentality than that.

    CNN Transcript Jul 29, 2008

  • One particular phenomenon of interest here is the demand for multidisciplinary research because the explanatory task involves a relation of mutual epistemic coordination that is in some respects not reductive; i.e., there is an implicit rejection of the “fundamentality” of one particular discipline producing the most empirically adequate explanations (Love forthcoming).

    Reductionism in Biology

  • Well, of course, you can argue that these equations show observed or computed relationships and not “fundamentality” - the same is true in relativistic equations relating time, space, and gravity.

    Please Tell Me What “God” Means

  • Yeah, I guess teaching critical thinking is fundamentality an atheist anti-theistic action.

    The Memory Hole

  • Unfortunately, I discovered them in reverse order of fundamentality.

    Affordable Family Formation

  • What I wrote was fundamentality favorable to Mr. Kadare, expressing my high opinion of his literary achievements, and arguing against those hostile critics (such as Mr. Schwartz) who have attacked him on political grounds.

    'In the Palace of Nightmares': An Exchange

  • Just as other nations recognize our declaration of principles as a free and independent government, they foreshadowed us as a coming great power, and being as we are known to be, a government for the people, of the people, and by the people, whose fundamentality is the rock on which we stand and are now building.

    Out of the Ditch; A True Story of an Ex-Slave

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