These are ahistorical and frankly grotesque comparisons, and the damage they cause cuts deep, in many directions.
Instead, sadly, he produced this one-sided, ahistorical tantrum.
It speaks of culture as chiefly an economic matter, which is ahistorical and absurd.
We do not want to sink to such a fanatical fixity, but we do not want to drown in ahistorical complacency, either.
Beyond its ahistorical bent, it also misses two other issues.
The essay was widely condemned as ahistorical and simply bizarre.
Yet the notion that Barak “decimated the Israeli peace camp” is ahistorical at best.