veridiction

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Coined by Michel Foucault. Compare veridical, diction.

Noun[edit]

veridiction (plural veridictions)

  1. Something that holds truth according to a particular authority, rather than being independently true. For example under neoliberalism, states use market logic and economic calculus as defining authority for certain decisions.