Definition of normativity in English:

normativity

noun

formal
  • See normative

    • ‘The nature of the normativity of each tradition is therefore an essential feature of its potential universality.’
    • ‘There is nothing novel in the differentiation itself, only in its extremity, owing to which the three constituents of normativity have completely separated.’
    • ‘To the inherent resistance of Chinese society to formal normativity was now added the resistance of Chinese communism, itself politically successful in 1949.’
    • ‘Perhaps the normativity of mathematical logic is such a case.’
    • ‘The foundations of a rationalist tradition, however, may be compatible with certain forms of normativity of tradition.’