anachronic

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Synonyms for anachronic

chronologically misplaced

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It is certainly not one built on conventional patterns of simple information transfer, devoid of a critical sense, as if teachers and students would be simple reservoirs, repeaters of librarian formulas and anachronical practices.
What I like in scratching on film is its deep anachronical character.
Their imperialist and anachronical doctrines are the ones accusing Sierva Maria of being possessed.
Tracing phenomenological affiliations is tamer an anachronical approach since tuning their time European phenomenology did not some to the forefront of the intellectual environment as now they have come up.
14) But, as Hegel makes us understand, that is a discussion that had its time and has become anachronical, whence at least we begin to understand that the good of the State has a whole other "justification" than the singular good: one raison d'etre of the State is its concrete existence, and that alone can gain value as a principle of its action, and not an abstract imperative moral that does not take into account the demands and obligations of the historical movement of which the State, and not the singular individual, nor the sum of singular individuals, is the protagonist.