facticity

[fak-tis-i-tee]
noun
the condition or quality of being a fact; factuality.

Origin:
1940–45; fact + -icity (-ic + -ity), perhaps after authenticity

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You'll find that there is little point in trying to introduce history, facticity, or reality to this thread.
For him as for them, writing enacts a head-on collision with the material realm, a struggle with brute facticity.
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