adjective. 1. standing for a viewpoint which perceives actions with respect to modern causative aspects, stressing immediate and present existence. Sometimes there are indications that historical contributors might be symbolized within the context of current procedures which create their own effects conjunctively. 2. on even more basic terms, not being worried about or not considering the perspective presented because of past events

AHISTORICAL: "Ahistorical viewpoints are based entirely on events occurring in present time."
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