Definition of mythicism in English:

mythicism

noun

  • See mythicize

    • ‘Our traditions must be well disposed, that is able to stand back wisely from even the appearance of excessive mythicism in their own tradition.’
    • ‘What the game has to offer that is unique is its use of Japanese mythicism and an overall great storyline.’
    • ‘A continuing objective of scholars of judicial behavior is to expose the mythicism that is integral to the public perception of American judicial institutions.’
    • ‘In other words, this show is about how NOT to argue for mythicism.’
    • ‘Flemming has in a way tarnished the image of mythicism by promoting bad arguments, and ironically will drive people away from mythicism.’

Pronunciation

mythicism

/ˈmɪθɪsɪz(ə)m/